Tutankhamun: Life, Death and Legacy
The final 100 days of ancient Egypt’s most astonishing ruler: Tutankhamun.
Featuring towering pyramids, chambers of treasure and gruesome rituals, this fascinating series travels back over 3,000 years to retrace the final 100 days of ancient Egypt’s legendary pharaoh: Tutankhamun. Daily life for the 19-year-old king is revealed, his sudden death that caused panic throughout Egypt is investigated, and the story of how his gold-filled tomb was finally discovered is told.
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