Friday, 25 June 2010

What really killed King Tut? New evidence sparks debate

The mysterious death of King Tutankhamun is being newly debated by scientists. King Tut, one of the most famous of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, died at age 19 in about 1324 B.C., but the forensic evidence gathered from his mummy has led researchers to several different conclusions about exactly what killed him.
Source: Live Science

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