King Tut’s tomb was such a find for many reasons. First, it had be nearly untouched for the past 3,000 years. It also took Howard Carter, the archeaologist, 31 years to find it, and throughout this time, he wasn’t even positive that it existed. Once found, the tomb was discovered packed full of artifacts and, as Carter stated, ”wonderful things” which meant lots and lots of gold and treasures in various rooms. Furthermore, there was King Tut, boy-pharaoh mummified at age 19. The 1920s discovery of King Tut’s tomb sparked a renewed interest in ancient Egypt and archaeology.
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