More than 3,000 years ago a teen-aged boy named Tutankhamun ruled over ancient Egypt. This week, for the first time, the public can actually view the young king's face. On November 4th, archaeologists took the mummy of King Tut from its stone coffin and moved it to a climate-controlled glass case and invited the public to take a look. The move was part of a plan to protect the remains of the pharaoh. Thousands of people visit the tomb each year and the moisture and heat from their bodies is a threat to the fragile mummy.