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Perhaps the most famous are the records of Howard Carter whose name is synonymous with the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. ... Minnie was the wife of the British archaeologist and photographer Harry Burton, who worked with Howard Carter during the
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the tomb of Tutankhamun.
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newspaper cuttings album Percy Newberry stick 48d Tutankhamun http://blog.griffith.ox.ac.uk/? ... Excavation diaries Howard Carter Tomb Tutankhamun XML TEI http://blog.griffith.ox.ac.uk/?
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The blog of the Griffith Institute, University of Oxford
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GGJR10/069 TPC showing 'Treasures of Tutankhamun: gold dagger &sheath' from Elisabeth Dennys to Josephine Reid.
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blueprint Staff magazine for the University of Oxford | July 2016. Open-door oxford | Messages from the middle ages | Diversity matters. news in brief. 2 | BLUEPRINT July 2016 www.ox.ac.uk/blueprint. u The Mathematical Institute has been awarded a
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Share This. Drawings and journals from the discovery of Tutankhamun on show for the first time. ... We have photographs of an ornate chair from the tomb which shows Tutankhamun's original name, Tutankhaten, has been replaced.
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publish online all material housed within the Institute’ s archive relating to the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun. ... get across and our motivations in staging ‘ yet another’ exhibition on Tutankhamun, albeit from a very different angle.
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The complete original excavation records from the tomb of Tutankhamun form a core group.
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The Griffith Institute was established in 1939 as the centre for Egyptology at Oxford, although the genesis of core projects date back some 40 years earlier. Francis Llewellyn Griffith, the first Professor of Egyptology at the University of Oxford,
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