1. British journalism's greatest ever scoops: An Egyptian Treasure (The Times, 1922)

It might not have made the front page (it was on page 17) but the news, sent “by runner to Luxor”, of the discovery of the intact burial chamber of pharaoh Tutenkhamen was rightly touted as “the most sensational Egyptological discovery of the century”.


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