We’ve made King Tut one more wonderful thing. A pair of spectacles for his mummified head. Complete with eyes of Horus and inlaid brass details.
In Ancient Egyptian culture, the Eye of Horus was used as a sign of prosperity and protection. Its six constituent parts correspond to a human sense, underscoring the primacy of the eye and its connection to the human body as a whole.
Modern studies have shown forms of this ancient correspond to a cross section of the human brain, suggesting an ancient knowledge of anatomy and neurology heretofore unacknowledged.