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The face of one of Egypt's most famous ancient rulers, the boy king Tutankhamun, has been put on public view for the first time.
Archaeologists took the mummy from its golden sarcophagus and placed it in a climate-controlled case inside his tomb in Luxor's Valley of the Kings.
The event comes exactly 85 years after the site was discovered by British explorer Howard Carter.
Until now, only about 50 living people have seen the 3,000-year-old face.