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King Tut Ankh Amun

King Tut Ankh Amun

King Tut Ankh Amun

The mummy of the Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamun is to see now uncovered in the Valley of the Kings in in Luxor, Egypt.

“The true face of the golden boy is amazing” said Egypt’s antiquities chief, Zahi Hawass. “It has magic and it has mystery.”

Tutankhamun is the youngest of Egyptian rulers, who died of unknown causes 1322 BC at the age of 19.

The death mask of King Tutankhamun, famously discovered by Howard Carter in the Valley of the Kings.

Howard Carter, British archaeologist, who made one of the richest and most-celebrated contributions to Egyptology: the discovery (1922) of the largely intact tomb of King Tutankhamen. At age 17 Carter joined the British-sponsored archaeological survey Al nacer, c. 1345 a. C., se le asignó el nombre de Tut-anj-Atón, que posteriormente cambió a Tut-anj-Amón, cuando en el ocaso de la revolución teológica de Amarna se abandonó el culto al dios Atón The ancient Egyptians made clothes of linen, cotton, and woven reeds. Upper Class: The nobles wore robes of white linen. The Egyptian were experts in pleating. Tags: ancient, egypt, kids, clothing, Ancient Egypt for Kids - A cartouche is a name plate. It's usually oval with your name written in the middle of it. A cartouche is attached to your coffin. The ancient Egyptians wanted to make sure that their two

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