So Finally I have met with the members of royal family from the valley of kings or rather seen the royal mummies discovered from valley of kings.
They are outstanding to say the least considering them to be thousands of year old still in good shape with teeth, nails and hairs intact after the mummification since 1330 BC.
We went to the Egyptian Museum of Cairo where their is mummy of King Tutankhamun who arguably been the most famous king and holds enormous treasures in his tomb i.e. 110kgs of casket along with 11kg mask and 128 amulets, jewels and racing chariots. All of which was made of (drumroll please . . .) You guessed it: solid gold.
Photography is prohibited in the museum , but I sneaked in some. You can check them out.
Hope you enjoyed my History class 🙂 Will be back soon more Post from Egypt.