- King Tutankhamun: new evidence suggests ancient Egyptian gold mask was made
- “A fresh examination of the mask in Cairo at the end of September 2015 yielded for the first time, beneath the hieroglyphs of Tutankhamun's praenomen (personal name), lightly chased traces of an earlier, erased royal name,” said Dr Reeves. This is the ...
- Jamie SeidelNews Corp Australia Network
- “A fresh examination of the mask in Cairo at the end of September 2015 yielded for the first time, beneath the hieroglyphs of Tutankhamun's praenomen (personal name), lightly chased traces of an earlier, erased royal name,” Reeves told Ahram Online.
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