The section provides the history, facts and information about the location of King Tut's tomb in the Valley of the Kings, the discovery of the tomb, excavation of the tomb of King Tut and its description. The artefacts, the hieroglyphics, the mummy of Pharaoh Tutankhamun and the fabulous golden sarcophagus and treasures. There is another section on Curse of King Tut (see above links) with details of the tomb discovery and excavation by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon, with comprehensive timelines.
- Location of the Tutankhamun Tomb or grave
- The Purpose of King Tut's Tomb - Religious beliefs and the mummification of Tutankhamun, the Ka, Ba and Akh, the Journey of the Ka, the Eternal House of the Dead and Provisions for the Ancient Egyptian Afterlife
- Description of King Tut's Tomb - Tutankhamun Tomb Paintings describing the Funeral Procession , Text from the Amduat, his arrival in the Underworld and his his arrival in the Afterlife
- The Contents of the tomb and Pharaoh Tutankhamun Artefacts - List of Contents and Treasures - gold and silver and encrusted with precious jewels. Contents included
Jewelry, Furniture, Weapons, Thrones, Jars and Vases, Games, Boats, Chariots, Clothes and Statues