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    • Oğuz Topoğlu

      Tutankamon mezarının kaşifi : Howard Carter and King Tutankhamun 1922... "What do you see?" "Wonderful things"

    • Susan Smith

      HOWARD CARTER FOUND KING TUT'S TOMB (November 22, 1922)

    • Denise Karimkhani

      On November 4th, 1922, more than 30 obsessive years after his arrival in Egypt, under the auspices of the 5th Earl of Carnarvon, Howard Carter together with his team discovered a previously hidden – and still sealed – tomb entrance bearing the name Tutankhamen.

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