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Author: Egyking

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This book written And collected by author of Egy King blog, He summarizes the life story of King Tutankhamun, family percentage and the latest theories that support percentage in addition to talking about his tomb and its discovery also the treasures of Tutankhamun's tomb . http://www.egyking.info

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Egyking

Egy King blog Talk about civilization and Antiquities of ancient Egyptian with its history of kings, archeological sites and museums, as well as tours and booking and Tourism Packages. http://www.egyking.info

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