Pics, For the First Time See King Tutankhamun’s Tomb in Color

Pics, For the First Time See King Tutankhamun
This week, on the 93rd anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, researchers have unveiled newly colorized photos of the discovery. The pictures were taken during the excavation process and have been made from the original glass plate negatives.



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  1. I appreciate viewing this colorized presentation. It assists in bringing life to an otherwise black and white world which, by the way, were amazing in and of themselves. I am of an age that in order to get color photos of say my graduation picture or Army photo taken during basic training, they had to go through a colorization process. Everybody I knew had the color kits so they could add a bit of pizazz to our photos. The end results were not always that great.

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