Ancient Egyptian tomb resurrected using 3D printer 2,000 miles away in Switzerland

An Ancient Egyptian tomb has been resurrected using a 3D printer – 2,000 miles away in Switzerland

A team of archaeologists and artists is working to create a perfect copy of the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I, one of the largest and most elaborate in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings.

The eventual aim of the five-year project is to install the facsimile on a site close to the original, near Luxor.

For now, the two first two chambers have been reproduced and gone on display at a museum in Basel.

The Scanning Seti exhibition at the Swiss city’s Antikenmuseum contains

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