What exactly happened to all the objects found by Howard Carter after he finished exploring Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1930, after they has been lying there for the past 3200 years. The most precious of them are exhibited in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo but most were kept out of sight from the very beginning.
Ninety years later, for the first time, most of these objects will finally be brought together in the precinct of the great Museum of Giza. Some of them will make their way to the U.S.A. and Paris, where they will be exposed at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industries in the autumn of 2018 - and then in London, Berlin, Tokyo and Sidney. This film is the story of the discovery of a treasure of which we know only a few artifacts. It is also an investigation, and these objects will be so many clues along the way. What do these artifacts tell us about the king and the period of his reign? In what circumstances were they discovered and taken away from the pharaoh’s tomb? These are some of the many elements of this documentary narrative.
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