Tutankhamun: The Mystery of the Boy King

Tutankhamun: The Mystery of the Boy King

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National Geographic Childrens Books, 2005
Social Studies Curriculum

If you're going to go to the pyramids of Egypt, there is no better guide than Zahi Hawass, the Director of Excavations at the Giza Pyramids and the Valley of the Golden Mummies. Here in this beautifully illustrated book we delve into the life of King Tut as revealed by the artifacts in his tomb and by his own remains. How did the young king die? This is a mystery that has puzzled scholars for thousands of year and now we have some clues revealed by a modern day CT scan of his mummy. Imagine having a guide whose life work is the excavation of the pyramids and you will have a feel for the voice that you hear as you turn the pages and gather the details of the life of this fascinating young pharoah. Ages 9 -14 64 pages

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