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  • 1. EGYPT MUSEUM, CAIRO
    English Class
    Luisa Fernanda Arbeláez
  • 2. CONTINENTS
  • 3. AFRICA
  • 4. EGYPT
  • 5. THE MUSEUM´S ROYAL
    MUMMY ROOMS
    EGYPT MUSEUM, CAIRO
  • 6. EGYPT MUSEUM-CAIRO
    Is home to anextensivecollection of ancientEgyptianAntiquities.
    It has 120,000 items, with a representativeamountondisplay, theremainder in storerooms.
  • 7. HISTORY
    • TheEgyptianmuseum of Antiquitiescontainsmanyimportantpieces of ancientEgyptianHistory.
    • 8. IthousestheWorld´slargestcollection of Pharaonicantiquites, and manytreasureson King Tutankhamen.
  • THE EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT
    MUSEUM
    1855: shortlyaftertheartifactswere moved, DukeMaximilian of austalia (allartifacts)
    1835: theezbekeyahgarden
    The new buildingwas to beconstructedonthebank of theNileRiver in Boulaq.
    1858: themuseumsoon moved to boulaq
    1978: theantiquitieswasrelocated to anothermuseum in giza
    1902: theantiquitiesremainedforthelast time to thecurrentmuseum in TAHRIR SQUARE.
  • 9. INTERIOR DESIGN
    THE GROUND FLOOR
    THE FIRST FLOOR
    • Thereisanextensivecollection of papyrus and coinsused in theAncientworld.
    • 10. Severallanguages (greek, Latin, Arabe)
    • 11. ArtifactsfromtheKingdom.(statues, tables and coffins)
    There are artifactsfromthe final twodynasties of AncientEgyptincludingtombs of thePharaohsThutmosis III
    Thutmosis IV
    Amenophis II
    Hatshepsut
    Maherpen
    Artifactafromthe Valley of the Kings
  • 12. KING TUTANKHAMUN
    • Unlikemany of thetombsdiscovered in Egypt, was ok King Tutankhamunwasfoundmostlyintact.
    • 13. Insidethetombstherewas a largecollection.
    • 14. Thetombswasalso home to manyweapons and instrumentsusedbytheking.
    • 15. Thetombheldover 3, 500 artifacts
    Themostwellknowartifact in King Tutankhamun´stombisthefamousgoldMask, wichrestedoverthebandagesthatwrappedaroundtheking´sface.
  • 16.
  • 17. PHARAOHS
    Theremains of manyfamousPharaohs are stored in theegyptianmuseum.
    RAMSES III: Extremelyskilledwarrior
    AMENHOTEP IV: he reined 1372 B.C (principal wifeQueen)
    KING SNEFERU: He builtmany temples and structurestahthad a signature-status
    QUEEN HATSHEPSUT: Newlydiscoveredmummy.
  • 18.
  • 19. THANK YOU…
  • 20. Whichcontinentistheegyptmuseumlocated?
    Whereisthemuseum?
    Howmanyfloorsdoestheegyptmuseumhave?
    Howmanyitemsdoesthemuseumhave?
    What do youthinkaboutit?
    QUIZ