Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Celebrating Howard Carter the famous archeologist


Howard Carter, Discoverer of King Tut's Tomb, Gets Google Doodle TreatmentPC Magazine
By Chloe Albanesius Google's homepage doodle today pays homage to Howard Carter, a British archaeologist best known for uncovering the tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt. The doodle on Google.com, which celebrates Carter's 138th birthday, features him


Howard Carter, first superstar tomb-finder, gets a Google Doodle
Chicago Tribune
Carter alone spent decades exploring the burial sites of Egypt's ancient pharaohs before finding the tomb of the boy king who had died 3000 years earlier, in the 14th century BC Photos: Google Doodles of 2012 While King Tut's tomb was one of many

Google's doodle for Harrison Ford, wait, Howard Carter
CNET
I am grateful to the Washington Post for waking me early today to tell me that the winning recipient of Google's grace for May 9 is Howard Carter. In 1922, Carter decided to go to Egypt, in the company of the Earl of Carnarvon in search of

Google Doodle honors Howard Carter and King Tut's curse
Alaska Dispatch
When archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, he may have anticipated he'd be bringing unprecedented knowledge about the Egyptian culture to the world. He probably didn't realize he'd be bringing another cultural

Howard Carter, the original Indiana Jones (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
By Matthew Shaer / May 9, 2012 The Google doodle Wednesday honors the memory of Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, otherwise known as King Tut. A Google doodle today depicts a besuited gentleman in a stylish hat, gazing at an array ...

Christian Science Monitor
Howard Carter celebrated in today's Google Doodle
National Post
Howard Carter, the famed archaeologist who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun, got a Google Doodle Wednesday on what would be his 138th birthday. Carter was born May 9, 1874, in London. When he was just 17 years old, the Egypt Exploration Fund sent him ...
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National Post
Howard Carter celebrated in Google doodle
The Guardian
The birthday of Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922, is celebrated in the latest Google doodle, a colourful graphic depicting the British archaeologist admiring an array of ancient Egyptian treasures.
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The Guardian
Unseen pics: Google doodle honours Howard Carter
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: With the view to mark the 138th birth anniversary of Howard Carter, Google today replaced its usual Google logo with a doodle that includes a wide array of Egyptian treasures that cover the term "Google" and make it barely visible.
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IBNLive.com
Who Is Howard Carter? 5 Things To Know About The Man In The Latest Google Doodle
International Business Times
Here are five more things to know about the man depicted in the latest Google Doodle -- Howard Carter. In 1891, when he was just 17, the talented young artist was sent out by the Egypt Exploration Fund to assist Percy Newbury in the excavation and ...
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Photos: Howard Carter – discoverer of King Tut's Tomb
Denver Post
Today's Google Doodle honors archaeologist Howard Carter, known for discovering King Tut's Tomb. Here are some photos of Clark, who's 138th birthday is today, May 9, and some of the artifacts he discovered. This undated file photo shows Howard Carter, ...
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2 new results for Google Egypt
Howard Carter Google Doodle | Egypt news | easyJet holidays blog
The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb sparked a worldwide 'Egyptomania' today ( 9 May 2012) marks what would be the 138th birthday of Howard Carter - the ...
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Ancient Egypt Weblog: Howard Carter 138th Birthday Honored by ...
Howard Carter Honored On His 138th Birthday With Google Logo. "The Google .... Ashmolean Museum Oxford Opens New Ancient Egypt an... ► 2010 (8) ...
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