CINCINNATI - Experts at the Cincinnati Museum Center are installing ancient golden treasures in the Cleopatra exhibit Tuesday.
The selection being installed includes priceless ancient gold jewelry that Cleopatra herself would have worn.
It's the next step in preparing the exhibit, Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt, for its February 18 unveiling.
They largest artifact, the five-ton granite statue of the colossus king, was installed in January.
Once completed, the exhibit will include 150 ancient artifacts, and will be on display until September 5.
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