Yes. Wonderful Things

Yes. Wonderful Things November 4, 2019




It was on this day, the 4th of November, in 1923, just shy of three weeks after his excavation team uncovered steps Howard Carter hoped would lead to the Pharaoh Tutankhamen’s tomb, that the archeologist unsealed what would prove one of the great Egyptian treasure troves.

As he looked into the darkness illuminated by a single candle, he was asked anxiously if he saw anything.

Carter responded “Yes. Wonderful things.”

Today one might consider that a bit of an understatement…

And. yes. of course…

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