Defying the curse that has haunted their family for three generations, a member of the Carnarvon family returns to the site of Tutankhamun’s tomb for the first time in 75 years. In 1922 the fifth Earl of Carnarvon died from an infected mosquito bite just weeks after discovering the tomb. From that day the family name became synonymous with the curse of the Pharoahs. Lord Porchester, Carnarvon’s great-grandson, defies the hex and returns to supervise an excavation in Thebes. This is the story of the mild-mannered aristocrat’s exploration of his family history. It is also the story of the dig and the discovery of a burial chamber with the last remains of Sennerferi, a high official at the Pharoah’s court.
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