I really enjoyed this book. This is the 1977 republication of Howard Carter's original 1923 publication on his discovery and opening of King Tutenkahem's tomb in Egypt' valley of... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Michael E. Farrell
Well told account of the opening, gave me a new perspective of the work involved, great read for anyone with an interest in ancient EgyptPublished 8 months ago by KwgandBmc
Very technical, but also very interesting. Story of how Howard Carter found the tomb & what he saw in it.Published 8 months ago by Sonja Cat
I chose this book as I was interested in Tutankhamen's life and the burial sites. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in some history of Egypt.Published 20 months ago by Dolores G.Moran
Nice walk through of what was done in the the greatest archaeological find of last century.
I plan to read the next two volumes (of 1927 & 1933) as well. Read more
This is a very interesting book. Who could do a better job then Carter at writing a book on King Tutankhamen. Read morePublished on November 16, 2005 by Katherine Zurenda