The Tomb of Tut.ankh.Amen: Volume 3 Annexe and Treasury Paperback – 8 Jun 2000
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About the Author
Howard Carter (1874-1939), artist and archaeologist, was attached to various epigraphic expeditions of the Egypt Exploration Fund, later joining the Egyptian Antiquities Service as Chief Inspector of Upper Egypt and finally working as excavator for Lord Carnarvon. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I am afraid that this volume is a tad skimpy on pictures but you can stop and peruse the net as you go. There is a good diagram of tomb and the burial chamber.
It is an easy read and intriguing as they tell not only of the discoveries blow by blow but take some time to tell of the work of their rivals. We also get detailed instructions on how to handle the objects found.
I am paralleling this hard cover book with the kindle edition that is a tad more dynamic with diagrams and websites. The Kindle version also has kindle notes and Text-to-Speech.
However this book smells better and looks better on the shelf. I can carry it in extreme environments and I now know how to get to the page I want quickly.
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Very happy with product. Would be happy to buy from you again. Thank you.Published 4 months ago by Heather Ranger
A great book, very imformative. I am very pleased with this purchase. When reading it, it's atmospheric and you can really imagine how Howard Carter must have felt, when he... Read morePublished on 15 May 2013 by Teresa