The spectacular excavations at the Valley of the Golden Mummies in
1999 and 2000 captured headlines and rekindled America's
fascination with ancient Egypt. In that spirit comes a critically
acclaimed biography of the young monarch whose mummified remains
and fantastic treasure constituted the greatest archaeological find
His tomb was discovered in 1922. But lost in a frenzy of
speculation -- anthropological, scientific, and commercial -- was
Tutankhamen himself. Three thousand five hundred years earlier, the
mightiest nation on earth had crowned a seven-year-old boy as its
king, then worshiped him as a god. Nine years later, he was
In Tutankhamen, Christine El Mahdy finally delivers a coherent
portrait of King Tut's life and its historical significance.
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