A years-long hunt has ended in disappointment—and archaeologists still can’t find Nefertiti’s tomb.
The iron blade of an ornate dagger buried with Egypt’s King Tutankhamen in the 14th century B.C. likely came from a fallen meteorite, according to a new study.
Preliminary results of a high-tech radar scan appear to confirm the presence of a secret chamber hidden behind the walls of King Tut’s tomb.
A British archaeologist believes ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti may be buried behind a secret door inside of King Tut’s tomb.
Egyptian Museum workers accidentally snapped the beard off King Tut’s burial mask and then used epoxy to glue it back. Can the damage be repaired?
Researchers believe he had a club foot, buck teeth and a feminine physique, along with multiple diseases.
Explore six surprising facts about the teenage pharaoh and his final resting place.
King Tut may have been hastily sealed into his tomb even before the paint on its walls had time to dry, according to new research.
A new hypothesis that King Tut was killed by a hippopotamus is the latest attempt to solve one of ancient history's most perplexing riddles.