The pomegranate was brought to Egypt from western Asia as a result of the campaigns in Palestine and Syria of the kings who ruled more than a century before Tutankhamun. The Egyptians quickly adopted it, but continued to use its Semitic name (rimmon in Hebrew).
Pomegranate Vase of King Tutankhamun
Painted ivory vase in the form of a pomegranate, belonging to King Tutankhamun. The ancient Egyptians called the pomegranate 'Remenu' (Rmn). 18th dynasty, ancient Egypt.
*EGYPT ~ King Tutankhamun’s Trumpets, Approximately 1355 to 1346 BC.....
placca d'oro che raffigura il sovrano Tutankhamon sul suo carro, al ritorno da una campagna militare.
Imhotep There are many similarities between the profile of Joseph of the Bible and Imhotep.     Imhotep is also credited with saving Egypt from a seven year famine after hearing of the Pharaoh’s dream. Imhotep, like Joseph, was a commoner with some divine connection and was placed second in charge of Egypt by the King (Netjerikhet). 
Lots of Djed Pillars and Ankhs and gold to help him get to the afterlife... <3 Egypt Cairo King Tutankhamen Detail Of The Golden Tomb At The Egyptian Museum
tuts collection very nice
Silver vase in the shape of a pomegranate, from the tomb of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo (Silver was very rare in Egypt at that time.)