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A compelling reproduction of the burial treasure from King Tut’s tomb, discovered 95 years ago in the Egyptian Valley of the Kings, is presented in the traveling exhibit ‘The Discovery of King Tut,’ opening on Saturday, Oct. 6 and showing through Jan. 27at OMSI.

A compelling reproduction of the burial treasure from King Tut’s tomb, discovered 95 years ago in the Egyptian Valley of the Kings, is presented in the traveling exhibit ‘The Discovery of King Tut,’ opening on Saturday, Oct. 6 and showing through Jan. 27at OMSI.

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The Discovery of King Tut

A compelling insight into the discovery of pharaoh’s tomb

The Discovery of King Tut, an exhibition about one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th century, opens on Saturday, Oct. 6 at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). The reproduction of the burial treasure in its original archaeological context offers a compelling insight into the historically unique discovery of the Pharaoh’s tomb in the Egyptian Valley of the Kings more than 95 years ago. A discovery that remains unparalleled to this day: a virtually intact pharaonic tomb with all its treasures.