Definition of Tutankhamen
1. Noun. Pharaoh of Egypt around 1358 BC; his tomb was discovered almost intact by Howard Carter in 1922.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutankhamen
Literary usage of Tutankhamen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Egypt by Sir John Pentland Mahaffy, Joseph Grafton Milne, Stanley Lane-Poole, William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1896)
"236 148. Rings of Tutankhamen. (PA) 236 15o. Pendant of Tutankhamen. (MS) . 237 149. ... Ring of Tutankhamen. FP Coll 238 154. Ay and Ty, from their tomb. ..."
2. A History of Egypt During the XVIIth and XVIIIth Dynasties by William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1896)
"Head of Tutankhamen. (LD) ..... 236 148. Rings of Tutankhamen. (PA) . ... Ring' of Tutankhamen. FP Coll 238 153. Head of Queen Ty. (LD) 239 154. ..."
3. A History of Egypt: During the XVIIth and XVIIIth Dynasties. 1896, with by William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1897)
"Pendant of Tutankhamen. (MS.) . 237 152. Ring of Tutankhamen. FP Coll 238 153. Head of Queen Ty. (LD) . ..... 239 154. Ay and Ty, from their tomb. Dr. May . ..."
4. Egypt by Eva Ambros (2001)
"Right: The awe-inspiring golden sarcophagus of Tutankhamen Upper Floor Tutankhamen m 1 34 !3S' The Upper Floor contains several almost perfectly preserved ..."
5. Egypt by Eva Ambros (2001)
"Tomb of Tutankhamen: If you have already seen the wealth of burial treasures of Tutankhamen in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, you will be ama/ed at how small ..."
6. History Pockets, Ancient Egypt, Grades 4-6 by Marc Tyler Nobleman (2003)
"Tutankhamen had two high officials who ruled with him. ... Because of his young age and short reign, Tutankhamen was a relatively unimportant pharaoh. ..."
7. Art in Egypt by Gaston Maspero (1912)
"342), but they become evident enough to a student of the originals, and the peculiarities of the Khonsu and the Tutankhamen re-appear here in a modified ..."