Tutankhamun – the famous golden king of Egypt discovered by Howard Carter. He was the last in the bloodline of the 18th dynasty pharaohs. A family that ruled for nearly two and a half centuries, overseeing a golden age of Egyptian civilisation. These were founders of Egypt’s New Kingdom. When Tutankhamun dies, he is buried in the Valley of the Kings. The hidden royal necropolis surrounded by extravagant temples and monuments such as Karnak and the Colossi of Memnon, and countless tombs of the noble people and priests made rich during the dynasty’s reign.
6 x 52′
Dramadoc, Archeology & Paleontology, History
Sigrid Clément, Alain Brunard, Sandrine Del Sol
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