American workers load ancient Egyptian artifacts onto USS Sylvania with the help of cranes and forklifts in Norfolk, Virginia.
Norfolk Virginia USA Date:1976, September 1 Duration:2 min 38 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American workers load treasures of EgyptianKing Tutankhamun (King Tut) onto USS Sylvania at the Navy Station in Norfolk, Virginia. American workers load wooden boxes onto cranes. The wooden boxes being lifted by forklifts and placed on platforms. A worker drives the forklift. Large wooden boxes of Egyptian King Tut Mask's treasure being loaded on the ship with the help of cranes. A worker fastens a box with a rope. An official with papers in hand gives directions to the workers. The treasures are on loan from Cairo Museum for a tour of five U.S. cities.
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