Special | 28m 57s
Archaeology is a way of finding out about the past by looking at the things left behind. One of the most remarkable archaeological finds was the tomb of King Tutankhamun, more commonly known as King Tut. Scientists study the things found in King Tut’s tomb to learn how ancient Egyptians once lived. Archaeologist and BYU-Idaho professor David D. Peck answers students’ questions about King Tut.
Aired: 12/13/05Video has closed captioning.
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