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Some Famous Archaeologists

 
 

Every archaeologist who has dug in the sands of Egypt, in the Valley of the Kings, has dreamed of finding the tomb of a king. Many did! Unfortunately, many the tombs they found were empty. The tombs had been robbed a very long time ago. By the 1900s, most people had given up finding a new tomb to discover in the valley. But one man did not agree. He believed there was at least one tomb left to be discovered, that of the boy king Tutankhamen. That archaeologist was a man named Howard Carter.

For Kids

Archaeologist: Howard Carter (Discovered King Tut's Tomb)

Talk Origins: Archaeologist: Eugene Dubois, Don Johanson (Discovered Lucy), Louis Leakey, Mary Leakey, Richard Leakey

Archaeology Q&A Quiz Interactive

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format

Howard Carter

Howard Carter - Discovering Tut

Howard Carter – Archaeologist in Egypt

Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon – The Finding of King Tut’s Tomb

Hiram Bingham

Hiram Bingham and Machu Picchu

Hiram Bingham’s Findings

Lost City of the Incas (photos with music)

Machu Picchu – The Lost City

Louis and Mary Leakey

Archaeologists and Anthropologists (including Mary Leakey)

How Did Early Humans Survive? (including the Leakeys)

The Leakeys – Who They Were and What They Found

Louis Leakey, 1903–1972

Louis and Mary Leakey – Their Biography and Discoveries

Heinrich Schliemann

Ancient Troy

Excavations of Homeric Troy

370 Mycenaean Civilization and Heinrich Schliemann