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Why Tutankhamun’s curse continues to fascinate, 100 years after his discovery

By Claire Gilmour, Museum Curator | Lecturer | PhD Candidate, Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Bristol
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From the curse that the papers latched on to new research suggesting that Howard Carter stole objects from the tomb, Tutankhamun’s discovery continues to grab attention.The Conversation

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