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Winslow Dispatch (Newspaper) - March 23, 1923, Winslow, Indiana
THE WINSLOW DISPA*^CH. WINSLOW^^JCNDIAN^
Treasures in Tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen of Egypt
HIS FUNERAL FLOWERS Entrance to the Tomb From Within
l^ondon Tlme^New YorR Time, copyrl^ut by arraxuiexnent wltli tli. Earl oí Carnarvon.
opening of t.e tomb of Tut-AnU™. tbe ¡bere^c^ g^v^aTlll
revealed an unexampled storehouse asures. ^Thls ^ gilt couch with
Among the articles shown are-a suSnorts In the form of “hat-hor” cows; numerous boxes containing mu^-
Bupports In the form of lions , a lewSW and ofnaments; a papyrus rush-work stool, much decayed; the
“.‘ngí Soof; va,e. of uniaoe type and beauty; a aend-olrcu.ar veneered box
laving minute detail of Inlaid Ivory.
laondon Times—New York Times copy Hrht by arrangement with the Earl of Carnarvon
In the tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen, king of Egypt, who died more than three thousand years ago, were found these funeral flowers, which are wonderfully preserved, still showing a trace of green
within looking toward the entrance doorway.
Box of Tut-Ankh-Amen*s Underwear
King Tut’s Chariots, Couches and Funeral Meats
KING’S ROBE CHEST
San threa thousand years ago. It also held many of hla weapons.
GUARDS THE SEPULCHER
Tut-Ankh-Amen*s Four Chzuiots
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. a- .. a.»... Tnt-Ankh-Amen king of Egypt more than thirty centuries
In this photograph of the antechamber of the , . «oiia ebonv 'with ivory and having gold mountings; a
ago, the principal oblectB seen »™ with gold and silver and Inlaid with precious
largo royal ceremonial gilt couch, ® a carved wood and Ivory chair of exquisite workmanship; wheels,
“hodTel' “p^rh^rl^» ^/oiref gilt trellis worh from an object of nnUnown usa
I.onclon Times—New York Times copyright by arrangement with the Earl of Carnarvon.
This beautiful painted casket, found In the tomb of King Tut-Ankh-Amen of Egypt, contained the king’s robes, d^Qrated with elaborate bead and gqP vrork lapis-laiall end turquoise; a gilt headrest like those used In Japan today, several pairs of sandals ornamented with Inlaid gold, a black amber necklace, a collarette of faience* and other objects.
chariots; WOOU gni IXCmO wvram. a. a----------
King Tut-Ankh-Amen’s Tjrphon Couch of Solid Gilt
.ndon Time»—New York Times copyright arrangement with the Earl of Carnarvon.
One of the two statues of King Tut-Ankh-Amen guarding the sealed entrance to the sepulcher of that ancient Egyptian monarch. They are of wood, covered with a black material and richly decorated with gold.
The floors are of hide. In one case of l^pard skin.
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Statues of King Guarcling Doorway of Sepulcher
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PASSAGE TO THE TOMB Alabaster Vases in King lut s lomD
Loadon Tim»*—New Tprk
by *ri»iiB«n*Bt with tit* Mtat ot CamATVon.
Icoktng down the ro^-hewn leading to the aatcchamber ot tomb Oif Tut-Ankh-Amea at Iduxor* Hypt. ^ which waa found snch-f*^ ¿yymlmia collection of obJectA "T6*
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rnw ihBn three thousand year* the wooden Btatoee of King ;Tut-A^-Am^
"mf the leeled doorway of hi» aepolchcar In hi» tomb at Lioxor, Egypt. In *he^
r^tod cSLrSmtidatog tu. robe. «>d ImMI. a la^ b«
^vaapoDA a ceremonial coaeb and micdy other ohJectA
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