BBC  – It was one of the most remarkable archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century. But what was it like to first point a lens into the 3,000-year-old tomb of King Tutankhamun? That job fell to Harry Burton. He took more than 3,400 photographs of the treasures uncovered by Egyptologist Howard Carter in a decade-long investigation of the famous site. Now, Burton’s photos – many previously unpublished – are on show at Cambridge University. – read more 

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