Entrance to Tut's tomb, 1922

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Entrance to Tut's tomb, 1922 - ENTRANCE TO TOMB OF $40,000,000 IN TREASURES...
ENTRANCE TO TOMB OF $40,000,000 IN TREASURES WERE UNEARTHED it ,, -J "- .G.sr?'i 4f . . I . y-j ' . J i II- ' - : a; U - - V - ! k 'if-' 1 - ll . ! V a '- , i 7M an - . m -".vNjl . ' t - ii it i n ?i ' .. .. ji H , h I sV-- -w i Relics of great lntrlnslo and archeolog leal value have been found in the tomb of Tufbnkhamun, near Luxor, on the site of the ancient city . of Thebes, by Howard Carter, the explorer, and the Earl of Carnarvon, who have been at work there for seven years. Huge statues of pure gold and the cem-etudded throne of Tutenkhamun are among the relics. Tu- tenkhamun reigned about 1350 B. lenby, wife of the British general, the tomb. . EGYPTIAN JCING WHERE C, The photograph shows Lady Al- leaving the entrance after inspecting ' ' Cosierence-. day, will and - was dent-Harding. ter resolution today

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  1. Lincoln Journal Star,
  2. 27 Dec 1922, Wed,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 2

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