The History Lesson
This week back in 1922, the entrance to King Tut’s tomb was discovered. Tut’s tomb may be the most important archaeological find in history. And it was all made possible by a bored rich guy.
His name was George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Herbert. And — surprise! — he was a British aristocrat. He loved racing around in newfangled contraptions called “automobiles.” That is, until he crashed one. Frail of health, he started spending winters in Egypt.