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August 24, 2021 06:55AM
When the tomb for the eternal rest of King Tutankhamun (died around 1324 BC) was being hastily prepared in the Valley of the Kings, perhaps even the best-educated priests of that time did not know that its architecture, decoration and equipment, as well as the funeral customs of the age of this otherwise unimportant ruler, reflected the development and experience that had been created and maintained by countless generations over a period of several millennia.

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Bárta, Miroslav 2019 Ancient Egyptian Journey to the Netherworld: From the Desert to the Valley of the Kings

Hermione August 24, 2021 06:55AM

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