A dagger entombed with King Tutankhamun was made with iron from a meteorite, a new analysis on the metal composition shows
"It could be the discovery of the century."
Tired of red carpets, awards shows, insulting debates, boring Town Halls and droning political pundits? Check out the newest incarnation of the Egyptian boy wonder at The Discovery of King Tut exhibit.
Lord Carnarvon (George Herbert) Photo Credit: Harry Burton Look, I went to an Ivy League school, but even my over-curious
"I am pretty sure that a very important discovery is to be made soon inside Tutankhamun's tomb."
Also on HuffPost: CORRECTION: A caption said Tutankhamen's tomb is located near Cairo. The caption has been corrected to
"He was not a very strong pharaoh. He was not riding the chariots," Pusch said at the time. Holy smokes! While other researchers
By Jo Marchant Further support for their argument came in 2011, when researchers amplified DNA from 2,000-year-old mummified
We brought back four pieces first, then 12 pieces after that and five pieces after that and four now. What we are missing
We need more transparency from Egypt's Minister of Antiquities. If Hawass didn't know the full extent of the vandalism and looting, he should have acknowledged that, rather than giving blanket assurances that all was well.