Exhibition on Tutankhamun

On 29 October, in Venice, Palazzo Zaguri, formerly known as Palazzo Pasqualini, founded in the 14th century and located in Campo San Maurizio, in the sestiere of San Marco, will inaugurate the great exhibition ‘Tutankhamon. Mysteries and Treasures’, a cultural exhibition event on ancient Egypt, 100 years after the discovery of the tomb of the famous pharaoh. Over a thousand artefacts and unique pieces from Cairo to admire, with numerous investigations into the unsolved mysteries of Egyptology and curiosities to discover, as well as an entire area dedicated to immersive experiences in the metaverse of Ancient Egypt. The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings in West Thebes, back in 1922, marked a crucial date for world archaeology; it is, in fact, one of the few Ancient Egyptian tombs that has survived to us practically intact and rich in artefacts. The discovery aroused great clamour, arousing renewed interest in this historical period, whose most popular symbol became Tutankhamun’s burial mask. The finds will start arriving in Venice at the end of September, in five containers. It will take more than 60 trips along the Grand Canal to transport them to the exhibition venue in Palazzo Zaguri. For all information see www.italmostre.it
Jesolo journal Aprile 2022

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