Tourism in Tomb of Tutankamun (KV 62)



Tourism in Tomb of Tutankamun (KV 62).
Pharaoh Tutankhamun was probably the son of the heretic pharaoh Amenhotep IV (better known in the history as Akhenaton, founder of one of the first monotheistic religions in human history). Tutankhamun ascended the throne when he was only nine in 1333 BC and died during the ninth year of his reign in 1224 B.C. Most probably he has been assassinated for unknown reasons. His tomb KV 62 was discovered in 1922 by the famous British Egyptologist Howard Carter. Carter's discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb was sensational at that time because, it is the most complete and intact Egyptian tomb ever found. The treasures that were found in the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamun amazed the whole world for years. You can notice this upon the faces of the tourists in the Egyptian museum when they see the go...Read More


Tourism in Tomb of Tutankamun (KV 62)

Tombs in Valley of the Kings
* Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV 35) * Tomb of Amenmeses (KV 10) * Tomb of Ay (WV 23) * Tomb of Hatchepsut * Tomb Of Horemheb (KV 57) * Tomb of Mentuherkhepshef (KV 19) * Tomb of Merenptah (KV 8) * Tomb Of Montu Kopechef
* Tomb of Ramsses I (KV 16) * Tomb of Ramsses II (KV 7) * Tomb of Ramsses III (KV 11) * Tomb of Ramsses IV (KV 2) * Tomb of Ramsses IX (KV 6) * Tomb of Ramsses VI (KV 9) * Tomb of Ramsses VII (KV 1) * Tomb of Seti I (KV 17)
* Tomb of Seti II (KV 15) * Tomb of Siptah (Mer-en-ptah ) KV 47 * Tomb of Tausret and Setnakht (KV 14) * Tomb of the Sons of Ramesses II (KV 5) * Tomb of Thuthmosis III (KV 34) * Tomb of Thuthmosis IV (KV 43) * Tomb of Thutmosis II * Tomb of Tutankamun (KV 62)

The outer coffin is still in the sarcophagus and contains the mummy of the King in the Tomb of Tutankamun


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