Twenty-eight pharaohs were buried for 420 years in the Valley of the Kings and the order of fifty teams of archaeologists were finding most of the burials that school furniture were known to exist in the Valley during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Theodore Davis, who had found combing the valley about thirty graves between 1902 and 1914, stated that it considered the site of the Valley exhausted. However, since Davis in 1907 discovered fragments of objects with the seal of Tutankhamun, Howard Carter was convinced he had not yet found the tomb of the boy king and who was found near the excavation at Davis, in a triangle of a hectare between the tombs of Ramses II and Ramses VI Merenpath. For six seasons looking for the tomb in the aforementioned triangle, with negative results, with the patronage of Lord Carnarvon that spending 25,000 pounds. Carnarvon excavations hesitate to interrupt but finally agreed to make one last bell .
Started last season, under the foundations of a workers’ huts they had day care chair built the tomb of chairs Ramses VI, November 4, 1922 appeared the first steps of the tomb almost intact. KV62 was named for being the Number 62 discovered in the Valley of the Kings (King Valley in English). Carter contract to assist him in the excavation several renowned experts, among whom were conservative Antique, ancient texts specialists, cataloguers and cartoonists. The New York Metropolitan Museum loaned the archaeological photographer Harry Burton photographed all the objects found as found in the tomb and also after retirement.
It was a small tomb for an unreal character that had to be transformed to welcome the king before his death. Carter and his team, supervised by the Egyptian government were removed and cataloged in a slow process the 5,000 objects they found the four small cameras concluding in February 1932. Find the right are education essential for a class room This material is now in the Cairo Museum
Protection of the mummy folding chairs of King
Chapels gold: school equipment 1, 2, 3 and 4
Quartzite sarcophagus: a
Anthropoid coffins: b, c, and d
The room that was stacked Carter called Antechamber folding chair furniture, cars dismantled weapons, clothes and food. I call The Annex was full of objects, mainly pottery, furniture, weapons, and food entos unga. In the burial chamber, the only decorated with paintings, four chapels were dining chairs covered in gold wood, each embedded within the former, who covered himself a red quartzite sarcophagus containing three coffins anthropomorphic also fitted one within other gold-plated wood, the two most external and the innermost solid gold. Within day care chairs the last was the mummy of the young pharaoh, head and shoulders covered by the famous mask. In the fourth student chairs room, which was named treasure chamber, they found the mummified viscera of the king and objects used in funerary rites.

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