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Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs

 Take a tour of the King Tut Exhibition at the Field Museum without leaving your classroom. Learn how King Tut lived from before he became a pharaoh until his death. You can also explore his tomb. courtesy of netTrekker
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 Take a tour of the King Tut Exhibition at the Field Museum without leaving your classroom. Learn how King Tut lived from before he became a pharaoh until his death. You can also explore his tomb.

courtesy of netTrekker

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