Tutankhamun archive online

This video is called Howard Carter and Tutankhamun’s Tomb.

From the Oxford Mail in England:

Tutankhamun excavation archive goes online

7:40am Friday 13th August 2010

THE huge archive of material relating to the discovery of King Tutankhamun has been put online for the first time.

The comprehensive notes and photos recording the find by archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922, were donated to Oxford University’s first Professor of Egyptology, Frank Griffith, by the Carter family.

See also here.

The excavation archive is here.

We’ve all heard the story. The “Curse of the Pharaohs” is a strong belief that anyone who should disturb a mummy or a Pharaoh’s tomb will be cursed. This commonly known belief was intended to preserve the sanctity of these tombs in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, rather than to deter grave robbers. But in the past century, the curse has turned into a grave warning, particularly in the case of King Tut’s tomb. Some people choose to believe the curse is alive and well, while others feel it can be simply explained by simple science: here.

King Tut’s ancestry – can we be sure which mummy was the daddy? Here.

King Tut’s Tomb to Remain Open: here.

Tomb of ancient Egyptian priest Rudj Ka discovered at Giza: here. Photos see here.

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