The head of Tutankhamun emerging from a child lotus flower evocation of the permanent regeneration of the King. The tomb of Tutankhamun (1340-1331 BC) was discovered by Howard Carter in November of 1922. The Pharaoh died at age 19, his mummy was layed in a coffin of solid gold, placed inside two wood coffins. These three coffins were in a sarcophagus with a lid of quartzite red granite. Around the sarcophagus, fit together into each other, 4 chapels of gilded wood which fully occupied the sarcophagus chamber.
Buddhist Cosmological Scroll (Detail), Localization of Viscera in the Torso, Interconnecting Blood Vessels and Channels, Tree of the Body in Health and Illness, Tree of Treatment, Tree of Diagnosis, Buddhist Cosmological Scroll (Detail), Localization of Viscera in the Torso (Detail). Tibet (top to bottom). 1500s-1700s.