Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA Primary School

Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA Primary School
Debenham

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Egyptian Tomb Experience

I was extremely excited before I went into the tomb. We had torches and we could see an entrance. When we were in, the first room we went in was the Antechamber. The first picture I saw was a picture of two girls. They looked like they were sitting down but I could not work out what on. We also saw some hieroglyphics leaning against a wall on a stone.

Next, we went into the treasury room where we saw a necklace with colourful beads. It even had a label! We also saw four scarab beetles. They were painted Egyptian blue.

After that, we decided to go into the burial chamber. We saw a sarcophagus on a piece of linen. We opened it and inside was a mummy! It was an honour to see a four thousand year old mummy in a four thousand year old sarcophagus.

Finally, we went into the annexe and found some more pictures. One of them had a number on it. The number was 2188.

Written by Billy (Y3)