Dan Snow Explores the Life of Tutankhamun
In Channel 5’s latest series “Tutankhamun with Dan Snow”, historian Dan Snow explores the life of Tutankhamun. In the three-episode series the historian and his colleagues John Sergeant and Raksha Dave get face to face with the boy king’s tomb and treasures. While Snow explores to tomb of the golden pharaoh, Dave follows new excavations in the Valley of the Kings and Sergeant discovers ancient Egyptian food and culture.
Dan Snow also visits the laboratories at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, where he discovers the true story about the boy king’s family and how he may have died.
As part of the series Snow visits Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh in London as this is the final time the breath-taking artefacts will be on display in his home country.
The episodes are aired at 9pm on November 26th, 27th and 28th and can be viewed on MY5: http://bit.ly/2QUNhRi
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