National Geographic : 2005 Jun
s 5fi J1 - V Nt: 1 7. '1 111 Tuts throne (left) shows a rare intimate scene: his wife rubbing him with perfumed oil. For the first time since 1981 some of the masterpieces from his tomb are now on tour. "Tutankhamen and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs," a National Geographic exhibi tion, opens June 16 in Los Angeles and includes his diadem, gilded statues, and an alabaster chip inscribed with hieroglyphs that read: "...may you, who love Thebes, spend millions of years with your face to the north wind, and may your eyes see joy." ANDREAS O) ((i IN ECyYP+I~"; f"IISc tlf.. ;.IR() ;DIADEP1 M INNI:IH GARRET1 I (aI IAN MUSEUM. (:"" 4it) t tom,, .