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Date: 1342 BC – 1325 BC 

Period: Bronze Age 

Location: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings 

Genre: Tutankhamun’s Memorial Chamber 

Geographical Region: Upper Egypt 

Its 5 important features; 

  • Tutankhamun’s memorial room contains the most concrete evidence of Egypt's culture from past to present. 
  • The findings in Tutankhamun’s memorial chamber have contributed to revealing many aspects of Egyptian history and illuminating the history of civilization. 
  • The discovery of the Tutankhamun memorial chamber is of great importance for the development of archeology. 
  • The fact that Tutankhamun’s memorial room has been preserved provides numerous information about the possible situations of other memorial rooms in the area. 
  • When we examine the items found in Tutankhamun’s memorial room, we see that the Pharaoh had many walking sticks and many shoes made in different models. 



Arkerobox is an educational archaeological excavation set that enables children to learn with experience which is among the innovative education methods to raise awareness towards global cultural heritage.

● Enables children to learn while discovering.
● Improves the feeling of interest.
● Raise awareness for the importance of archaeology.
● Develops a sense of responsibility by increasing interest and curiosity towards our
cultural heritage.
● Teaches solution-oriented working for the targeted results.
● Contributes to developing motor skills during excavation.
● Distances children from the virtual world for a while and helps them spend a good time.

Box Size : 19 x 13,5 x 6 cm

Box Weight: 0,61 Kg

Package Size : 39 x 55,5 x 21 cm (24 pcs)

Product Details

  • Excavation Block
  • Hammer
  • Digging Stick
  • Magnifying glass
  • Brush
  • Handbook ( With Audiobook )
  • Information Card
  • General Culture Q&A Card (3 pieces)
  • Information Q&A Card (3 pieces)
  • Experience Q&A Card (3 pieces)
  • Map Game
  • Coloring Paper
  • User guide

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