King Tutankhamun: Sarcophagus, Tomb & Curse


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Which British archaeologists discovered King Tut's tomb?

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1. Where was King Tut buried in Egypt?

2. What materials added the vibrant colors of King Tut's funerary mask?

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With these study tools, you can discover how much you know about King Tut's tomb and curse. Answer questions on topics like the archaeologist who discovered the tomb and the location of King Tut's burial site.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The following will be addressed on the worksheet/quiz:

  • The source of the vibrant colors of a mask found in King Tut's tomb
  • Material used for the dagger that was discovered on his body
  • Person who died right after the tomb was found

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on King Tut's tomb and curse
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the dagger and the mask that were both found in King Tut's tomb
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the individual who died when the tomb was discovered

Additional Learning

Learn more about the ancient tomb with the lesson named King Tutankhamun: Sarcophagus, Tomb & Curse. Follow along with these study topics:

  • New Kingdom pharaohs and when King Tut ruled
  • Shrine made of wood in the tomb
  • Nesting dolls
  • Ancient Egyptian tradition of building tombs