Tutankhamen

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Tutankhamen Pharaoh of Egypt around 1358 BC; his tomb was discovered almost intact by Howard Carter in 1922
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Usage

In literature:

Selim, can you remember when Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter found the tomb of Tutankhamen?
"Omnilingual" by H. Beam Piper
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In news:

Google's homepage doodle today pays homage to Howard Carter, a British archaeologist best known for uncovering the tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt.
Set largely during the reign of King Tutankhamen, this treasure-filled mystery will have other writers regretfully murmuring, "Tut, tut".
Google's homepage doodle today pays homage to Howard Carter , a British archaeologist best known for uncovering the tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt.
Tutankhamen ,' by Joyce Tyldesley.
Since the discovery of his richly furnished tomb in 1922, Tutankhamen has ascended to an afterlife no pharaoh in ancient Egypt's 3,000-year civilization could have imagined.
90th anniversary of Tutankhamen's tomb discovery.
Egypt's King Tutankhamen was entombed with pomegranates to ensure his rebirth.
King Tutankhamen became big news in February, more than three millennia after his death, when newly released DNA analyses indicated that he probably died of malaria.
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In science:

Tutankhamen drank white wine as well as red (Lamuela-Raventos 2006).
Astrophysics in 2006
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