- On This Day 1923: King Tutankhamen's Tomb Is Opened By Egyptologist Howard Carter
- On this day, February 16, in 1923, history was made when the sealed and undisturbed burial chamber of one of Egypt's most famous Pharaohs was finally opened. King Tutankhamen — famously referred to as “The Boy King” — died around 1323 BCE, and ...
- February 16, 1923: 'Glint of gold, everywhere' as the tomb of Tutankhamen is
- Egyptologist Howard Carter uncovered one of the most stunning archaeological finds of the 20th century on this day in 1923 when he opened the burial chamber of Tutankhamen, a pharaoh who had ruled in the country around 1400 BC. Most of the tombs ...
- Treasure discovered in secret chamber near Tutankhamen's tomb
- A French excavation team tasked with excavating Tutankhamen's tomb discovered a secret chamber near the tomb full of "treasure", as described by Tourism Minister Hesham Zaazou during his interview with the French newspaper Le Figaro. He said full ...
- Phillip Glass's Akhnaten
- The boy king Tutankhamen succeeded and the Egyptian people returned to their multitudinous gods. Tom Pye's three-tiered set provides space for variation. While Akhnaten's father is embalmed in a subterranean chamber, a troupe of jugglers on the upper ...
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