Immersive King Tut
smART Magazine Presents a Student Resource Guide for the Immersive Exhibit
WORDS BY MACENZIE REBELO
LIGHTHOUSE IMMERSIVE — Issue 10
The tomb of King Tutankhamun was an ancient mystery to archeologists until November 4, 1922 when businessman Howard Carter discovered the royal resting place. King “Tut” was an Egyptian pharaoh who, between the ages eight and nine, ascended to his father's throne. King Tut’s reign – during which he restored an ancient Egypt religion that worshipped the Sun god Aten – lasted only approximately a decade, but he was nevertheless regarded as a successful ruler. One hundred years since the discovery of his tomb, King Tut’s legacy lives on through Lighthouse Immersive’s Immersive King Tut exhibit. This discovery popularised ancient Egyptian art, lore, and history to the modern world. Today, with more than 100,000 objects, the British Museum contains largest...
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