Definition of Tutankhamen in English:

Tutankhamen

Syllabification: Tut·ankh·a·men
Pronunciation: /ˌto͞oˌtənˈkämən, ˌto͞oˌtäNGˈkämən
 
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(also Tutankhamun)
( Died circa 1352 bc), Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty; reigned circa 1361-circa 1352 bc. His tomb, which contained a wealth of rich and varied contents, was discovered virtually intact by English archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922.

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