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Ancient History Egyptians
Around 5000 years ago the ancient Egyptians established an extraordinary and enduring civilization. Enter their world.

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High Tech Forensics
An audio and virtual tour of the mummy and what recent investigations have shown us. At the bottom of each screen is a transcript of the audio portion. There is also a link to how scientists and artists have determined what may have been the face of Tutankhamun.

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Journey into the Afterlife
An audio and virtual tour of the tomb.The narration contains much information about the wall drawings and their meanings. The viewer can zoom in and out, right and left, up and down.

King Tutankhamun Was it Murder?
King Tut has been fascinating students and adults alike since the discovery of his tomb in 1922. Why has so much interest been generated about this unremarkable pharaoh? Could it be the fabulous gold and treasure discovered in his tomb? Or is it the mystery surrounding the boy king's early death? You and your renowned team have been hired by the Egyptian government to determine if King Tut was murdered. Your team will have only 3 days to complete your work.

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More National Geographic articles to research in the Middle Search® Plus database and plenty of links to explore.

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Online Activities for Ancient Egypt
Includes many links for mummification

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Royal Wrappings
A scrollable view of each level of the actual burial layers from the shrines to the mummy. Each level contains a paragraph about what is being viewed.

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Treasures of Tutankhamun
A photo gallery of items from King Tut’s tomb. In 1922 the discovery of the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun became probably the best known and most spectacular archaeological find anywhere in the world. The small tomb contained hundreds of objects (now housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo), many richly decorated and covered in gold, that would be needed by the king in his afterlife.