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A few Tutankhamun and Egyptian sites that you might find of interest.
British Museum site.
A big site here, with lots of information. Check out King Tutankhamun's page for an interesting read about his life, his death, and the tomb that made him more important in death then he ever was in life.
Sections covering the Sphinx & Temples, stone technology, history, guide maps, and more. Some great pictures, all loading quickly.
Theban Mapping Project (Kent Weeks/KV 5)
Pacific Lutheran University (Donald Ryan/KV 21, 27, 28, 44, 45, 60)
A site dedicated to the Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings. You will find the plans of the most important tombs along with charts and a couple of photos.
'Hatshepsut's Revenge' is an adventure game that takes you back to Ancient Egypt. The pharaoh of Egypt, King Tut, is disturbed by strange things happening in the palace. Only you can help him!" Not only do you solve a mystery, you learn some of the most fascinating things, like the pillows in ancient Egypt were made of wood. All the graphics are downloadable IF you email for permission to do so.
A very attractive site, well-organized with pictures and text descriptions of artefacts from ancient Egypt. There's an interesting look at a boat, a chronology, and lots of other things dealing with the lives of the people who were a part of this civilization.
Ever wondered how the ancient Egyptians accomplished mummification? Well, if you don't have a weak stomach, you can learn about the whole process at this website. Graphics are excellent.
Waseda University (Sakuji Yoshimura/Jiro Kondo/WV 22)
*The Tutankhamun Exhibition is a permanent World Heritage Exhibition, for further details about the services that World Heritage provides visit our website.