Summary of the short story discovering tut: The saga continues by a. R. Williams?


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This book is meant to show readers the beauty and mystery of ancient Egyptian culture and the science and wonder of archaeology. This is actually a book with many chapters, rather than a short story; in fact, the book is an in-depth look at the circumstances of King Tut's death, as well as the general culture and lifestyle practiced during his lifetime. Fascinating and well-written this book has captured many people's interest, and it remains a popular choice for anyone interested in archaeology and ancient Egyptian culture.

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