National Geographic History - Jan/Feb'18 - Battle Of Waterloo(Napoleon's Final Defeat)
In Search of Tut's Tomb: By 1922 the patron of archaeologist Howard Carter, Lord Carnarvon, was ready to call off the search for a missing young pharaoh of Egypt's 18th dynasty, Tutankhamen. Carter secured one last try and began digging in the Valley of the Kings. On November 5, 1922, he found a tomb's undisturbed entryway bearing Tut's seals. He sent for Carnarvon , who arrived three weeks later. When Carter first peered inside the tomb, Carnarvon asked if he could see anything. "Yes," he said. "Wonderful things!" From that moment, Tut's tomb and its treasures captured the world's fascination, and never let go.
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