PLZ explain the following
1 forensic reconstructions
2 scudded across
3 casket grey
5 funerary tresures
7 computed topography
8 eerie detail
Hope this helps:
forensic reconstruction: This phrase is connected to the scientific tests that are used by police for investigating the real reason of death of the young pharaoh. Reconstruction refers to re-establishing the previously held belief about the circumstances under which he died.
scudded across: Scudding across refers to moving quickly across the sky. This phrase is with reference to movement of the dark-bellied clouds.
casket grey: In context to this chapter, casket means a small decorated box holding jewellery or other valuable things of ancient times.
Resurrection: 'Their eternal brilliance meant to guarantee resurrection', meant the guarantee to bring back the dead Tutankhamun back as alive again. It refers to a new beginning for something which is old, had not been spoken of and had become obsolete.
funerary treasures: These are treasures which are used of and at the funeral of a person.
Circumvented: This word refers to find a way of avoiding a difficulty or a rule.
computed tomography: Commonly known as CT, it is is a powerful nondestructive evaluation (NDE) technique for producing 2-D and 3-D cross-sectional images of an object from flat X-ray images.
eerie detail: Eerie detail here refers to the strange and frightening detail of the results after the CT scan of the young Pharaoh.