”Three and a half thousand years ago a little boy of seven years old was crowned Pharaoh. Nine years later he was dead. After a hasty burial, he lay in peace until robbers broke into his tomb. Fortunately they were caught and the tomb was resealed. In 1922, Howard Carter reopened the tomb and since then its contents has provoked questions about what kind of civilisation could afford to place the body of a young boy in a £4.5 million coffin and then forget about it? Using only archaeological evidence, Christine El Mahdy tells the thrilling story of passion and power that was Tutankhamen’s life and death.”
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