Tutankhamun's tomb

Tutankhamun’s tomb

incredible archaeological find unlocks the past. [Egypt. Hist.: NCE, 2809]

Tutankhamun’s tomb

full of treasures of Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1350 B.C.). [Egypt. Hist.: Osborne, 1164]
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King Tut Museum -- Photo Courtesy of the official Egyptian Museum website CAIRO -- 11 March 2018: The Restoration center at the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is close to put an end for the restoration process of the tunic discovered in King Tutankhamun's tomb back in 1922, however, the item of clothing was never shown to the public before.
King Tutankhamun's tomb was one of the most famous discoveries from Valley of the Kings, but the possibility of discovering something related to his wife was what excited numerous mummy fans and Egyptologists.
The excavation and opening of Tutankhamun's tomb are described in great detail, simply and beautifully illustrated.
collection of artifacts and gold from Tutankhamun's tomb ever to go on
Then Carter's excavation group found a series of steps raising hopes that they led to Tutankhamun's tomb (subsequently designated KV62).
1922 Archaeologist Howard Carter finds the entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb, above.
HEALTH p17 the archeologists who excavated Tutankhamun's tomb didn't die from a curse, but dead aspergillus mould spores that had laid dormant for centuries.
The magical moment Carter discovers the top of a sunken staircase will send shivers down your spine, and so will Isabel Greenberg's dark and light illustrations of the contents of Tutankhamun's tomb.
Howard Carter's house has been open to the public since 2010 and offers a fascinating look into his life and the finding of Tutankhamun's tomb, including a replica of the tomb itself.
Set designers mapped out the archaeological trenches like for like, while the attention to detail on the recreations of relics found in Tutankhamun's tomb was impressively done, unlike Max's attempts at reproducing Carter's moustache.
After the golden discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, Carter spent the next 10 years cataloguing the dazzling haul of 5,398 items.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have completed extensive scans of two recently discovered chambers behind King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings as part of a quest which could uncover the remains of Queen Nefertiti.