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| Birthplace = [[Egypt]]
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| Birthdate = ca. 1341 BC
 
| Birthdate = ca. 1341 BC
 
| Death = ca. 1323 BC, of undetermined causes
 
| Death = ca. 1323 BC, of undetermined causes
 
| Age = Around 18 at the time of death}}
 
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'''Tutankhamun''', born Tutankhaten, and also known as "King Tut" or "The Boy King", is a historical figure mentioned in the [[Season 3]] premiere of Boardwalk Empire, "[[Resolution]]". The 12th Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Ancient [[Egypt]], Tutankhamun became one of the most famous pharaohs when his intact burial chamber and its treasures were located by [[Howard Carter]] in November 26, 1922. His actual reign, however, was short and for the most part unremarkable.
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'''Tutankhamen''', born Tutankhamen, and also known as "King tut" or "The Boy King", is a historical figure mentioned in the [[Season 3]] premiere of Boardwalk Empire, "[[Resolution]]". The 12th Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Ancient [[Egypt]], Tutankhamen became one of the most famous pharaohs when his intact burial chamber and its treasures were located by [[Howard Carter]] in November 26, 1922. His actual reign, however, was short and for the most part unremarkable.
   
 
== Season 3 ==
 
== Season 3 ==
   
The recent discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb serves [[Margaret Thompson]] as motive for the upcoming [[New Year's Eve]] party in the [[Thompson family]] home on [[December 31 1922]]. During it, guests [[Eddie Cantor]] and [[Billie Kent]], both vaudeville performers, sing an anachronistic song about the discovery of King Tut's tomb and his affair with [[Cleopatra]]. They also compare their host [[Nucky Thompson]] with the Boy King.
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The recent discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb serves [[Margaret Thompson]] as motive for the upcoming [[New Year's Eve]] party in the [[Thompson family]] home on [[December 31, 1922]]. During it, guests [[Eddie Cantor]] and [[Billie Kent]], both vaudeville performers, sing an anachronistic song about the discovery of King Tut tomb and his affair with [[Cleopatra]]. They also compare their host [[Nucky Thompson]] to the Boy King directly - while other guest, [[Gyp Rosetti]], merely refers to him as "another mummy".
   
Near the end of the party, Nucky's personal servant [[Eddie Kessler]] enters the room dressed like Carter, and invites the guest to take "a piece of Tutankhamun's treasure": jewels with real diamonds and gold coins as gifts. ("[[Resolution]]")
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Near the end of the party, Nucky's personal servant [[Eddie Kessler]] enters the room dressed like Carter, and invites the guest to take "a piece of Tutankhamen's treasure": jewels with real diamonds and gold coins as gifts. ("[[Resolution]]")
 
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Tutankhamen, born Tutankhamen, and also known as "King tut" or "The Boy King", is a historical figure mentioned in the Season 3 premiere of Boardwalk Empire, "Resolution". The 12th Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, Tutankhamen became one of the most famous pharaohs when his intact burial chamber and its treasures were located by Howard Carter in November 26, 1922. His actual reign, however, was short and for the most part unremarkable.

Season 3 Edit

The recent discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb serves Margaret Thompson as motive for the upcoming New Year's Eve party in the Thompson family home on December 31, 1922. During it, guests Eddie Cantor and Billie Kent, both vaudeville performers, sing an anachronistic song about the discovery of King Tut tomb and his affair with Cleopatra. They also compare their host Nucky Thompson to the Boy King directly - while other guest, Gyp Rosetti, merely refers to him as "another mummy".

Near the end of the party, Nucky's personal servant Eddie Kessler enters the room dressed like Carter, and invites the guest to take "a piece of Tutankhamen's treasure": jewels with real diamonds and gold coins as gifts. ("Resolution")

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