Valley of the Kings

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Valley of the Kings

A narrow valley of east-central Egypt near the site of ancient Thebes between Karnak and Luxor. The valley contains the tombs of numerous pharaohs of the XVIII, XIX, and XX Dynasties, including that of Tutankhamun.

Val′ley of the Kings′

a valley on the W bank of the Nile near the site of Thebes: necropolis of many rulers of ancient Egypt. Also called Val′ley of the Tombs′.
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The valley of the King hath become the valley of Adommin."
For modern visitors to the Valley of the Kings, the ancient script and the wonders of Egypt are just seconds away, with information and communications technology (ICT) making it all possible.
The ( report  stated most of the tombs were discovered in the East Valley of Valley of the Kings, while only a handful were found in the West Valley. 
A visit to Howard Carter's house near the Valley of the Kings is available and the entrance fee is an additional cost of around PS4.50.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have completed extensive scans of two recently discovered chambers behind King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings as part of a quest which could uncover the remains of Queen Nefertiti.
But we are working in the Valley of the Kings, so we are expecting to find antiquities behind the wall."
KAHyRE (CyHAN)- Scanning the walls of King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings suggests that a hidden chamber will likely be found, the country's antiquities minister said Saturday.
The Valley of the Kings The Valley of the Kings is a truly remarkable site, one which has a great significance in Egyptian history.
Leaving from Luxor, Royal Viking will sail to Aswan with visits to the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Hatshepsut, the Valley of the Queens and the Temple of Karnak in Luxor.
During my daughter Katarin's travels along the Nile Valley in 1988, she visited tombs in the Valley of the Kings and Queens at Luxor and many other antiquity sites.
ISLAMABAD -- Archaeologists have discovered the final resting place of at least 50 royal Egyptians, including princes, princesses and infants, while excavating a trashed tomb at the Valley of the Kings.

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