Three forensic teams studying CAT scans of King Tutankhamen's mummy recently spent months creating images of what he might have looked like.
So, the Egyptian pharaoh is back in the spotlight, just before a blockbuster exhibition of relics from his tomb begins a tour of the United States. The exhibit will visit the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art in December.
The exhibition opens in Los Angeles next month, and already they've sold over 200,000 tickets in advance.
Broward County just authorized $500,000 in improvements to the museum in order to get ready for the more than 400,000 visitors that are expected for the exhibit, putting Fort Lauderdale on the cultural map.
Tickets will go on sale to the public in October. Museum members can purchase tickets in advance.
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