- By Gerald O'Farrell

The Tutankhamun Conspiracy

  • Title: The Tutankhamun Conspiracy
  • Author: Gerald O'Farrell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Tutankhamun Conspiracy The alternative story to the excavation of the Tomb of Tutankhamun by Carter and Carnarvon that explains why there was a robber s hole and the treasures were not arranged in the way that was expected

    The alternative story to the excavation of the Tomb of Tutankhamun by Carter and Carnarvon that explains why there was a robber s hole and the treasures were not arranged in the way that was expected for a Pharaoh, irrespective of whether the burial was hasty Treasures were on the open market long before the tomb was opened officially What were the secrets in the scrolThe alternative story to the excavation of the Tomb of Tutankhamun by Carter and Carnarvon that explains why there was a robber s hole and the treasures were not arranged in the way that was expected for a Pharaoh, irrespective of whether the burial was hasty Treasures were on the open market long before the tomb was opened officially What were the secrets in the scrolls that Carter threatened to publish

    1 thought on “The Tutankhamun Conspiracy

    1. I had a hard time with this book. The typos (Valley of the Rings everywhere, instead of the Kings) and lack of periods (run-on sentences throughout) make it tough to slog through. I am researching a new novel and wanted everything I could find about Tut. This stuff is bizarre. Spoiler: He's Jesus! Seriously? That's a stretch, even for me, a fiction author. I had to quit before the end. I love Tut and theories but this book just didn't do it for me.

    2. HistoricPlausible and possibly true but it came as a surprise to find that theories were abounded even in the greatest discovery of the 20th century. Entertaining.

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