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The museum is now scheduled to open partially in 2018.

The museum's artefacts 'belong to the various Egyptian civilisation periods, starting from pre-historic eras, all the way to the Graeco-Roman period,' Sabah Abdel Razik Saddik, the museum's general manager, told AFP.

The museum's best-known piece is 18th dynasty monarch King Tutankhamun's golden funerary mask and the rest of his tomb's artefacts, located in the museum's top floor.

Among the museum's 'masterpieces' are statues of the royals who had the Giza pyramids built, including the only surviving statue of King Khufu.'The museum also has very important pieces from prehistoric eras,' including two skeletons, one 35,000 years old and the other about 22,000 years old, as well as stone tools from 7,000 BC, Saddik said.

It was scheduled to open in 2015, but construction has lagged as expenses mounted to more than

The museum's artefacts 'belong to the various Egyptian civilisation periods, starting from pre-historic eras, all the way to the Graeco-Roman period,' Sabah Abdel Razik Saddik, the museum's general manager, told AFP.

The museum's best-known piece is 18th dynasty monarch King Tutankhamun's golden funerary mask and the rest of his tomb's artefacts, located in the museum's top floor.

Among the museum's 'masterpieces' are statues of the royals who had the Giza pyramids built, including the only surviving statue of King Khufu.'The museum also has very important pieces from prehistoric eras,' including two skeletons, one 35,000 years old and the other about 22,000 years old, as well as stone tools from 7,000 BC, Saddik said.

It was scheduled to open in 2015, but construction has lagged as expenses mounted to more than $1 billion (£750 million) and is now scheduled to open partially in 2018.

A gilded bed and a funeral chariot from Tutankhamun's tomb - discovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922 - were transferred in May, well packed in wooden containers complete with materials to protect them from both heat and vibration.

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The museum's artefacts 'belong to the various Egyptian civilisation periods, starting from pre-historic eras, all the way to the Graeco-Roman period,' Sabah Abdel Razik Saddik, the museum's general manager, told AFP.The museum's best-known piece is 18th dynasty monarch King Tutankhamun's golden funerary mask and the rest of his tomb's artefacts, located in the museum's top floor.Among the museum's 'masterpieces' are statues of the royals who had the Giza pyramids built, including the only surviving statue of King Khufu.'The museum also has very important pieces from prehistoric eras,' including two skeletons, one 35,000 years old and the other about 22,000 years old, as well as stone tools from 7,000 BC, Saddik said.It was scheduled to open in 2015, but construction has lagged as expenses mounted to more than $1 billion (£750 million) and is now scheduled to open partially in 2018.A gilded bed and a funeral chariot from Tutankhamun's tomb - discovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922 - were transferred in May, well packed in wooden containers complete with materials to protect them from both heat and vibration.

billion (£750 million) and is now scheduled to open partially in 2018.

A gilded bed and a funeral chariot from Tutankhamun's tomb - discovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922 - were transferred in May, well packed in wooden containers complete with materials to protect them from both heat and vibration.

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