For the first time since Howard Carter's discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, all 5,398 objects from the tomb reunite at the new Grand Egyptian Museum.
Many scholars believe King Tut's death mask was not made specifically for him, citing its damaged nameplate and different colors of gold; some believe it more likely the mask was made for his female ancestor, Nefertiti.
Of all the 5,398 treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun now being assembled and forensically investigated at the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, it's the ones that paint a picture of Tutankhamun's family that are the most unsettling.
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