THE MUSEUM´S ROYAL <br />MUMMY ROOMS<br />EGYPT MUSEUM, CAIRO<br />
EGYPT MUSEUM-CAIRO<br />Is home to anextensivecollection of ancientEgyptianAntiquities.<br />It has 120,000 items, with a representativeamountondisplay, theremainder in storerooms.<br />
HISTORY<br /><ul><li>TheEgyptianmuseum of Antiquitiescontainsmanyimportantpieces of ancientEgyptianHistory.
IthousestheWorld´slargestcollection of Pharaonicantiquites, and manytreasureson King Tutankhamen.</li></li></ul><li>THE EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT<br />MUSEUM<br />1855: shortlyaftertheartifactswere moved, DukeMaximilian of austalia (allartifacts)<br />1835: theezbekeyahgarden<br />The new buildingwas to beconstructedonthebank of theNileRiver in Boulaq.<br />1858: themuseumsoon moved to boulaq<br />1978: theantiquitieswasrelocated to anothermuseum in giza<br />1902: theantiquitiesremainedforthelast time to thecurrentmuseum in TAHRIR SQUARE.<br />
INTERIOR DESIGN<br />THE GROUND FLOOR<br />THE FIRST FLOOR<br /><ul><li>Thereisanextensivecollection of papyrus and coinsused in theAncientworld.
ArtifactsfromtheKingdom.(statues, tables and coffins)</li></ul>There are artifactsfromthe final twodynasties of AncientEgyptincludingtombs of thePharaohsThutmosis III<br />Thutmosis IV<br />Amenophis II<br />Hatshepsut<br />Maherpen<br />Artifactafromthe Valley of the Kings<br />
KING TUTANKHAMUN<br /><ul><li>Unlikemany of thetombsdiscovered in Egypt, was ok King Tutankhamunwasfoundmostlyintact.
PHARAOHS<br />Theremains of manyfamousPharaohs are stored in theegyptianmuseum.<br />RAMSES III: Extremelyskilledwarrior<br />AMENHOTEP IV: he reined 1372 B.C (principal wifeQueen)<br />KING SNEFERU: He builtmany temples and structurestahthad a signature-status<br />QUEEN HATSHEPSUT: Newlydiscoveredmummy.<br />