1907, George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon life has hired an archaeologist, Egyptologist Howard Carter to conduct excavations in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. Though it is a well-known researcher, but after years of looking at the valley but no results, Carter made his boss quite upset. To 1922, Carnarvon told Carter that he is only one more season to dig before funding ran out. So he returned to the area was dug earlier and dig again. Fortunately, the great discovery appeared.
On 04/11/1922, the delegation his archaeological discovery of a carved stone. The next day, the entire staircase going down the crypt was discovered and very quickly, Carter and Carnarvon grave. To 26/11, the two had together opened a gap on the corner on the last floor, resting place of the pharaoh Tutankhamun.
Remember when that time was holding the candle in his hand went into the tomb, he said: “At first I could not see nothing, the hot air from the room did the flame on the candle arch syntax, but not my eyes soon get used to the light, details of the room has gradually emerged from the darkness with images of strange animals, statues and gold, all gold everything. “
Outlandish things they see is the tomb of Tutankhamun, the young Pharaohs ruled Egypt from 1332 to 1323 BC. Although there is evidence that the tomb was 2 times dug by thieves in ancient but still intact dramatically. The tomb was buried with thousands of priceless artifacts, including the sarcophagi contain mummies of the king.
Each item in the tomb are recorded and meticulously sorting before taking it out. The entire process took nearly 8 years to complete. The photos below are additional documents by carriers Dynamichrome color to bring the exhibition “The Discovery of King Tut,” opened in New York. At the exhibition, the antiquities are arranged and restored the same as in the past to the guests can see the landscape inside the cellar buried 3 and replay scenes in the past explored the cellar. Below are the photos taken in the past and added color.