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aglintofgold_assembly - A Glint of Gold Narrator 1: Welcome...

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A Glint of Gold Narrator 1: Welcome to ****** School and thank you all for coming. Year 3 have spent the last few months learning about Ancient Egypt and today we’d like to share a very important discovery with you. Narrator 2: So let us take you back in time, more than 3000 years ago, when a young boy was King of Egypt… ------------------------------- 1320 BC (pupils walk like an Egyptian across stage holding signs) King Tut: My loyal subjects, my name is King Tutankhamun but you can call me King Tut. It is my great honour to take you to see the magnificence of my tomb where I shall be buried for all eternity. I’m having it built now so that it’ll be just the way I want it when I die. So let’s go! Worker 1: Oh mighty pharaoh, a thousand apologies but your tomb is still not ready. However, we can show you the objects we are putting in. These will serve you well in your next life. (bows) King Tut: By all the gods of Egypt, by mighty Horus and noble Osiris, I am angry! My tomb should be nearly finished! What if I were to die suddenly? (pause) But… if what you are preparing pleases me, I will spare your life. . Worker 2: All the world would stare and wonder at the treasures we will put in your tomb. They will provide you with an afterlife fit for a God such as yourself. Worker 3:
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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