127) Botanical Treasures from King Tut's Tomb

King Tut’s enigmatic golden death mask has held audiences spellbound for decades. However, many people are not aware of the abundant flowers and other plant remains that were included in his tomb. Presented by Philadelphia’s Penn Museum, join Egyptologist and archaeologist Stephen Phillips, Ph.D. for an exploration of these “Pharoah’s Flowers” and their role in helping us understand both Egyptian life and King Tut’s death.


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