Howard Carter 1873-1939
You want an Egyptologist turn green of envy, mention the name Howard Carter.
And here is why: In 1922, British archaeologist Howard Carter
uncovered the tomb of the Egyptian king
The kicker? The tomb was pretty much untouched.
From 1902 - 1922, Howard was busy excavating in the Valley of the
Kings, in Luxor, Egypt. He also found the tombs of Hatshepsut,
Thutmose IV, and Amenophis I, topping it off, of
course, with the tomb of Tutankhamen.
After that, Carter and his team
brought Tutankhamen and all his stuff into the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
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EGYPT ABOUT 1450 BC
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