Humanities King Tutankhamen 1
Humanities King Tutankhamen
July 26, 2013
Humanities King Tutankhamen 2
The Egyptian Museum is the place where the mask of King Tutankhamen lives since his UN timely death at the age 18. When he was alive he lived as the son of Akhenaten. As prince he was also known as Tutankhamen. At age 9 he ascended to the throne name Nebkheperure. After some time of becoming king he married his hale sister where they were pregnant with 2 daughters but they both were still born babies.
Humanities King Tutankhamen 3
The mystery behind the death of King Tutankhamen is the fact of his leg being the result of a fall or an injury caused by someone he considered close to him is not the reason or cause of his death. I think that the theory of it being a murder is because before recently, there was not enough evidence provided by anyone to show that he was assassinated. In 2005, after a CT scan was conducted the theories of him being assassinated was laid to rest in my eyes because the fact that DNA and pictures don’t lie. The past theories of it being accident I think should also be put to rest. King Tutankhamen had a condition called temporal lobe epilepsy but that was not the cause of his death. Dr. Hutan Ashrafian believed that was to be the cause of his death. From the air of program on PBS which air points from which they used a variety of simulations physical tests including chemical and electronic microscopic tests on actual samples of King Tut’s mummified flesh to verify the theory that King Tut was hit by a chariot traveling at full speed pace. However, I believe that it does not...
References: Strayer Library
The Humanities ( Pearson Learning Solutions) 2011 custom Edition
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