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Horse blinkers and gilded wood discs from King Tutankhamen's tomb

Horse blinkers and gilded wood discs from King Tutankhamen's tomb

A pair of blinkers with wedjat eyes, part of the trappings of the horses that drew the chariots, and small Bes-headed discs made of gilded wood, were parts of the chariot accessories probably belonging to the chariot numbered 122, next to which they were found, in the southern end of the antechamber in the tomb of King Tutankhamen.
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December 17, 2006
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