Fruits, spices and grains entombed with the ancient Egyptian boy king Tutankhamun for his journey to the afterlife have been rediscovered after 56 years in a musty storeroom, said The Times of London. An archaeological student discovered the boxes of food remains at the Royal Botanical Gardens. The newspaper said the remains have not been disturbed since they were sent to the gardens in 1932 by Howard Carter, who discovered Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valleys of the Kings at Luxor, Egypt, in 1922. The remains were to have been cataloged by retired botanist Leonard Boodle but were apparently forgotten after his death in the 1930s.