Carter, Carnarvon And Team : News Photo

Carter, Carnarvon And Team

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Members of the team that discovered the tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen, pose before the entrance to a tomb, possibly that of of Ramses IV (KV2) or Ramses V and VI (KV9), in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, circa 1922. Left to right: Arthur Mace (1874 - 1928) of the Metropolitan Museum, Carter's secretary Richard Bethell (1883 - 1929), Arthur Callender (died 1937), Lady Evelyn Herbert (1901 - 1980), Howard Carter (1874 - 1939), George Herbert, Fifth Earl of Carnarvon, (1866 - 1923) who financed the excavation, chemist Alfred Lucas (1867 - 1945) of the Egyptian government, and official photographer Harry Burton (1879 - 1940). (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Members of the team that discovered the tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen, pose before the entrance to a tomb, possibly that of of Ramses IV (KV2) or Ramses V and VI (KV9), in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, circa 1922. Left to right: Arthur Mace (1874 - 1928) of the Metropolitan Museum, Carter's secretary Richard Bethell (1883 - 1929), Arthur Callender (died 1937), Lady Evelyn Herbert (1901 - 1980), Howard Carter (1874 - 1939), George Herbert, Fifth Earl of Carnarvon, (1866 - 1923) who financed the excavation, chemist Alfred Lucas (1867 - 1945) of the Egyptian government, and official photographer Harry Burton (1879 - 1940). (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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January 01, 1922
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