Became aware of the fact that they found artifacts that were created during the reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Values were considered lost for many years.

As reported by Live
Science, a number of missing parts miniature models of boats, which belonged to
the Pharaoh Tutankhamun, was discovered in the vault of the Luxor Museum, located
in Egypt. For many years these artefacts were thought to be lost, however,
as it turned out, they were all the time safe and sound, reports “Диалог.UA”.

So, in this
question about artifacts that found British archaeologist Howard Carter.
In 1922 he discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen, the location where
located in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor.

In the list
lost finds they were in 1973. So, in a box discovered in
the Museum were a wooden mast and a number of other elements miniature models
boats. It is noted that these items were demolished in the tomb to the deceased,
being in the afterlife, it was more convenient to move around the water and fishing.

According to
the employee of the Museum and archaeologist Mohammed Atva, the discovery is the
amazing of his career. Incredible is the fact that after
such a number of years, the opportunity to unravel new mysteries that have
the attitude of the “Golden Pharaoh” Tutankhamun.

Recall that archaeologists
nightmares after they opened an Egyptian sarcophagus.