Egypt: How ‘greatest archaeological find of all time' stunned historian 901 Club Junior Member Joined: Aug 24, 2017 Messages: 7,753 Likes Received: 11,579 Sep 13, 2019 #1 Interesting (I know, says who?) story I share. +++++++++ EGYPT archaeologists made a stunning discovery in one of the ancient civilisations most well-known spots, in what a modern historian dubbed “the greatest find of all time”. The Valley of the King is located on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Luxor, and is known to contain 63 tombs, including Ramses II, Ramses III and Pharaoh Seti. The most famous of the bunch though, KV62, belonged to the young Pharaoh Tutankhamun and was not excavated until 1922 by Howard Carter, under Lord Carnarvon. The tomb was packed with fortunes and it took more than eight years to to empty due to the state of the tomb and Mr Carter's meticulous recording technique. ..... https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1176958/egypt-archaeological-find-treasures-tutankhamun-kv62-howard-carter-curse-spt gothamtrojan, SCBIGTIME and CrownoftheValley like this.