Once there was a egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty named Tutankhamun. He was the youngsst and most mysterious pharah in the history of Acient Egypt.
Howard Carter, a British archaeologist looked for Tut's tomb for years with the team KV62. They were led by a Egyptian guide.
The Egyptian guide warned Carter to stop looking for the young king's tomb because there would be bad lucks if they interrupted Tut's eternal sleep. But Carter refused to listen.
Suddenly one day, Carter's pet canary found the tomb. And there curved a warning on the entrance: "Death Comes On Wings To He Who Enters The Tomb Of The Pharaoh."
Later the canary got eaten by a snake. The Egyptians believed that it was warning from the protective gods of the tomb. But Carter didn't take it seriously, he started exploring the tomb.
When Carter walked through the passage, he was shocked when he entered the antechamber. There was full of golden gadget, toys and furniture of the young pharaoh. The wall was covered in records of the Tut's life.