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Yes i think that is a wonderful idea
Since we have not dug up this spot yet , i think we should don't you?
British archaeologists named Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered king Tutankhamen tomb. 1922 November Lord and Carter began uncovering the only section of the valley that has not been dug up.
Most people said that the tomb was found however the two archaeologist were not to be dissuaded. They were convinced that the tomb of king Tut was still to be found. They choose a really good spot because they ended up finding two jars containing broken bits of things that had been used at the funeral ceremonies of king Tutankhamen.
Men go and call Lord.
Carter and Lord began to dig the valley even though the land was piled high with refuse thrown out by former excavators. the two men would have to move all the soil before they could began removing the virgin soil. they made up their minds and deiced to go through with the job.
We found it
yahhhh now lets seek for more treasure
Years have passed and went on by but they finished the job. they went over every single inch except a small area that had been covered with stone hut. the two archaeologist believed that it was where workmen probably employed in building the tomb of Rameses VI. Carter thought that no one would have suspected the tomb near the other tomb, he also found a flight of stairs.
On November first 1922 Carter ordered his diggers to go back to the old spot.Lord was in England with his daughter. Carter saw something suspicious going on with his diggers every body was quiet and not digging that is when Carter took it upon his self to go and look at the area that is how Carter found out he was getting close to the tomb of king tut.
Carter ordered his crew to call Lord from England . in two weeks Lord and his daughter arrived on the spot. Carter ordered his diggers to to clear the stairway again. On the lower part of the sealed doorway what almost took the archaeologist breath was taken away , stood treasure and the tomb of king Tutankhamen.
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