After the photography of king Tutankhamun’s funerary bed at the wood lab, the documentation team has started the technical imaging of the GEM-JC project’s target mural paintings using visible, UV fluorescence, UV reflected, IR fluorescence and IR reflected.

This type of photography helps the team in identifying the pigments as well as discovering any unclear or hidden materials found in the murals.

As of May 2018, all of the GEM-JC project’s target artifacts have been transported to the Grand Egyptian Museum except for 3 sets of mural paintings, which are planned to be transported around the end of this year