By Judy Donnelly
Illus. in complete colour with black-and-white & full-color photographs. "Beginning with the dying of Tutankhamen, the e-book strikes ahead to archaeologist Howard Carter's discovery of the tomb. information regarding old Egyptian lifestyles is interspersed in a transparent, tender type all through. so that you can get readers into non-fiction."--Booklist.
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Yet newspapers say the reason is, of the mummy’s curse. they are saying Tut is mad that his tomb has been opened. And now he has gotten again at Lord Carnarvon. Howard doesn't think mummies have magic powers. finally, he's the person who opened the tomb. no longer Lord Carnarvon. And Howard is ok. in truth, he lives for a few years. Howard sends Tut’s treasures to a museum. He desires scientists to check them. He wishes hundreds of thousands of individuals to get pleasure from them. yet he feels there's just one position for King Tut’s mummy. King Tut will remain the place he has rested for 3,300 years. he'll remain in his royal tomb. most folk suppose that not anyone will ever locate one other superb royal tomb in Egypt. a few don't agree. they're within the Valley of the Kings this present day, looking out. And at the very least one royal tomb hasn't ever been came upon. The tomb of King Tut’s father.