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  • ON this page Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter were starting to look for certain spots to dig so they can try to find king Pharaoh Tutankhamen they were certain they had to find him so they choose the middle of the canyon to dig.
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  • In 1917 Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon were still digging only this time excavators were there to look over the spot and had close off all visitation from tourist six seasons after Lord Carnarvon began to think if he was even real then Lord Carnarvon left along with Howard and came back in 1922.
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  • Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter are back to digging but were they were digging was too quiet and they had no people digging then he moved forward to find a stair well and ordered his men to keep digging until he could see it fully as he went down he saw a tomb that was intact with seals.
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  • As Howard Carter waited for Lord Carnarvon Carter had been thinking the whole episode was a dream Carter was waiting to see if it was all under sand for him to uncover a great mystery 2 weeks later Lord Carnarvon and his daughter had returned to see King Tut the tomb had been resealed by officials .
  • With there hearts pounding Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter broke down the door the passage had been filled with stones at the second door way Carters hands trembled as he made a small hole in the door to pass a candle through everything he saw in the room was gold.
  • Now Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon have found the tomb but there was no coffin they had thought it was just a hiding place for the treasures King Tut had now electric connections were mad so they could see things clearly it had looked untouched only from a distance .
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