Geography work
By Michelle Díaz
 Tutankhamen was an Egyptian pharaoh of the
18th dynasty. During the period of Egyptian
history known as the New Kingdom....
 He was born in Tell el-Amarna but he lived on
Cairo (Egypt).
 He was born in 1341 BC and he died in 1323
BC with only 1...
 The person that discovered the tomb of
Tutankhamen was Howard Carter in 1922.
 He discovered the tomb in the Valley of ...
 In 1922 the discovery of
the virtually intact tomb
of Tutankhamun became
probably the best known
and most spectacular
ar...
 The wealth and mastery of
the objects belonging to
the treasure of his tomb
are of incalculable artistic
value. Perhaps ...
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  1. 1. Geography work By Michelle Díaz
  2. 2.  Tutankhamen was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty. During the period of Egyptian history known as the New Kingdom. He is popularly referred to as King Tut. His original name, Tutankhaten, means "Living Image of Aten", while Tutankhamun means "Living Image of Amun.
  3. 3.  He was born in Tell el-Amarna but he lived on Cairo (Egypt).  He was born in 1341 BC and he died in 1323 BC with only 18 years old.  He ruled from 1332 to 1323 BC. This This Is Is Tell Cairo El Amarna
  4. 4.  The person that discovered the tomb of Tutankhamen was Howard Carter in 1922.  He discovered the tomb in the Valley of the Kings, opposite to Luxor, Egypt. He is Howard Carter
  5. 5.  In 1922 the discovery of the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun became probably the best known and most spectacular archaeological find anywhere in the world.  The small tomb contained hundreds of objects (now housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo), many richly decorated and covered in gold, that would be needed by the king in his afterlife.  That are only a few treasures.
  6. 6.  The wealth and mastery of the objects belonging to the treasure of his tomb are of incalculable artistic value. Perhaps the most well-known by the public is the funerary mask that represents the young pharaoh. Nearly all of the artifacts found there can be referred to in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. Among the reasons really valid of the fame of the important discovery.  This is a species of key of the tomb.

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