As the tomb was opened, the screen became transparent and the students could see what Howard Carter
and his crew saw in their first peek inside the room.
patron of his Lord Carnarvon The discovery made Carter an international celebrity and he carried on working at the Tutankhamun site before retiring from archaeology a few years later and working part time for museums in the US, where he also lectured.
Sam Neill as Lord Carnarvon and Max Irons as Howard Carter
in ITV's Tutankhamun
Sam Neill as Lord Carnarvon, Amy Wren as Lady Evelyn and Max Irons as Howard Carter
GOOGLE'S HOWARDS CARTER DOODLE Google has a nice doodle today celebrating the 138th birthday of Howard Carter
, who discovered the tomb of King Tut and other goodies.
of Chapel Hill won the 2009 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize from the North Carolina Writers' Network for "Mr.
Made pharaoh at the age of nine, Tutankhamun became famous with the discovery of his tomb and the treasures within by Briton Howard Carter
When archaeologist Howard Carter
discovered King Tut's tomb, peering into the antechamber and surveying a pile of chairs and tables mixed in with golden treasures, the first words he uttered were not, "Wood, look at the dovetails on that furniture
King Tut was a famous king of Egypt whose tomb was discovered by the Egyptologist Howard Carter
They must stand by and watch Howard Carter
and Lord Carnarvon take the glory.
The seemingly sane people include Charles Lindbergh, Rosita Forbes, Richard Burton, John Speke, Robert Peary, Howard Carter
, Freya Stark, Neil Armstrong and Yuri Gargarin, whom De Porti puts in context with their various and sundry motives, compatriots, beasts of burden, mistakes, and triumphs.
Si bien hallaron una fractura en la espina dorsal, los estudiosos piensan que se produjo durante el embalsamamiento o tras ser manipulada por el ingles Howard Carter
, en 1922.