DVD Catalog #346662
ISBN 1-56994-405-9
UPC 0 12233 46662 1

49 Minutes

Tut The Boy King

Hosted by: Orson Welles

"Recommended for academic, public, and school library collections of all sizes.”
– Video Rating Guide

More than 3,300 years ago, a boy king ruled over one of the most captivating empires the world would ever know. Following his mysterious death at the young age of 19, his name would be treacherously erased from history by his successors.

The pharaoh’s tomb would remain undisturbed, buried beneath the desert sands for centuries, holding secrets and treasures beyond the imagination. Secrets shrouded in mystery until the remarkable discovery of his tomb, in the famed Valley of the Kings, by archeologist Howard Carter in 1922.

Over 8 million people attended the “Tut” exhibition when it first toured the United States in the late 70’s, making it the most attended museum tour in history and a spectacular new world tour began in 2004.

Now you can witness the marvelous treasure up close, as these stunning and priceless artifacts are revealed in extraordinary detail, and experience the mystery and romance surrounding the legendary King Tutankhamun.

DVD Features:

  • The Remarkable Discovery
  • The Mysterious Life and Death of Tutankhamun
  • Enduring Questions About the King
  • Tutankhamun Timeline
  • Tour of Egypt Photo Gallery

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