King Tut Treasures Found

November 2010
Old Huntsville Magazine;Nov2010, Issue 213, p45
The article reports on treasures found in King Tutankhamen's tomb by Howard Carter and his excavation crew including alabaster urn laced with gold and silver, several staves, a scepter and mace, all gilded with gold.


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