Renzo Rossi studied history at the University of Pisa, before going on to follow anthropology courses in France, at the Sorbonne. He has always had a passionate interest in archaeology, and his work has been translated into several languages. Rossi has written about many of the ancient civilizations, including: China, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, the Phoenicians, the Carthiginians, the Etruscans and the Romans.
Tutankhamun (The Great Mysteries of Archaeology)by R. Rossi
The Great Mysteries of Archaeology series examines intriguing historical subjects in fascinating depth. Each title in the series is written by a leading authority on the subject and presents a compelling mix of archaeological evidence and eyewitness accounts. Over 200 beautifully displayed color photographs accompany you on each enthralling journey, bringing history to life before your eyes.
Gaze at the beauty and splendor of Tutankhamun’s tomb with full-color photographs of artifacts, sculptures, reliefs and frescos found in the young pharoah’s burial chamber. Relive the awe of the moment of the renowned discovery in 1922 with original photographs of the excavations. Find out whether the legendary curse of Tutankhamun struck when several men who disturbed the sleeping pharaoh died mysteriously. Learn about the ancient Egyptians, their gods, religious rituals and beliefs on life and death. Discover more about notable pharaohs and queens of the 18th dynasty, the lives they lived and the power they held over the Egyptian people.
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