King Tut - Legend, Mystery, Phenomenon: Royal Ancient Egypt Ruler Tutankhamun, The Boy King's Life, 14th Century B.C., Death, 5,000 Tomb Treasures, Howard Carter Scientific Discovery, Mystery & Museum
From the moment archaeologist Howard Carter and his team first discovered the tomb of ancient Egyptian ruler Tutankhamun in 1922, public fascination with King Tut has been total. Tut and the treasures of his tomb continue to enthrall—an eternal mystery waiting to be solved. What was the Boy King like? How did he die? And why did he become so popular? Multiple generations have had the opportunity to puzzle over Tut for a century. Now, for the first time, almost all 5,000 treasures from his tomb will be displayed together close to his original resting place in the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo—renewing interest in Tut all over again. What’s the mania all about? This is the story of Tutankhamun: the most unlikely king to conquer the modern world.