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  • Part of it because there were kids I liked, such as Melanie and Liz and Ali and Evan (who we call King Tut because he once wore this metallic-gold shirt), and teachers I likedJane Aston (art class, who never marked me late for class, even if I got there ten minutes past bell because of work), Mr. Fetterling (American Government).

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  • Akhenaten ah-keh-NAH-ten, best known for introducing a revolutionary form of monotheism to ancient Egypt, reigned in the mid-1300s B.C. He was married to Nefertiti, and Tutankhamun, also known as King Tut, may have been his son or half brother.

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  • "But they didn't get this," he added, running to a padlocked door in front of a darkened room of coffins from the era of King Tut, considered among the masterpieces.

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  • I can't be like King Tut sitting there and expect to be taken care of, because so many times we can turn our wives into mothers.

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  • As director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, he has brought to the de Young and Legion of Honor a series of blockbuster exhibits—from Chihuly glass and King Tut's artifacts to Balenciaga dresses and Picasso masterpieces.

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  • Courtesy of The Oberoi Zahra On a seven-day voyage from Luxor to Aswan, you still get the Indiana Jones-like thrill of peeking into King Tut's tomb, touring Karnak Temple and spending a morning at Abu Simbel.

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  • Egypt: Oberoi Zahra This Nile cruiser doesn't quite qualify as extreme adventure there is a spa, bathrooms are done in mosaic tiles, the dining room glows with back-lit alabaster walls, but on a seven-day voyage from Luxor to Aswan, you still get the Indiana Jones-like thrill of peeking into King Tut's tomb, touring Karnak Temple and spending a morning at Abu Simbel.

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  • Sean McLaughlin is the archeologist/explorer Howard Carter, desperate to discover the lost tomb of King Tut in his final expedition to Egypt.

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  • Bonus Event: Hey look what we found, King Tut's tomb.

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  • In its day, the excavation of Dura-Europos between 1928 and 1937 caused a huge splash, comparable in headline coverage with the likes of Machu Picchu and King Tut's tomb.

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