King Tut, one of the greatest and youngest Pharaoh’s that existed within Ancient Egypt. He became Pharaoh at the age of nine. One of the most recent questions asked about this pharaoh, is how did he die at such a young age? Historical investigators may never know exactly what killed Tut, but there is evidence suggesting what might have occurred. Some theories which can point to the king’s death include, of king tut’s x-rays of showing he got damaged in his body. King tut’s illnesses, and another one of my 3 theories is king tut’s his x-rays on his body.
One of my theories of why king tuts may have died is. When he got hit with a dagger I say this because if you go look at his x-ray scientist even stated that, the separation between these two …show more content…
Also, it is normal for a 9-year-old to get sick at their age while growing up so I am not surprised king tuts may have died from an illness. AAlso, thousands of years after king tut died. Here in 2018 people get sick every day it 's a part of life to grow and get sick sometimes. So imagine back then there was no medicine. Another detail that proves king tut could of died from a illnesses is from the dust and oils that were poured on him to prepare him for his mummy and that could 've been it because he got germs in his body and possibility there was no cure so he sadly died at the process of making his mummy. king tut’s got sick he might have died and that is a possibility of why king tut could have died so at such an early …show more content…
Also another detail to prove my theory is on a recent discovery in 2013 by Dr.Chris Naunton after he took an autopsy on king tut’s mummified corpse he discovered that the boy had broken bones in his right foot and had shattered his right kneecap as well, as several shattered ribs and a broken pelvis. (hips) So how come this is true because for a fact king tut’s may have got injured in a chariot crash, because if he didn 't how did he break all these bones? And if it was common for Chariot races why wouldn 't a 9-year-old? Wanna do it if he had no rules he was a pharaoh he was the king of Egypt he could have done whatever he wanted!Another detail that proves he could of died in a crash is he got kicked of a horse because in egypt it was shown that riding horses was a thing so maybe the horse got out of control and sadly kicked him out and he may of opened his chest from the injury or got his arms cut..So I think this is a reason of why King tut 's could have died at such a young age.
In conclusion this is why I think king tut 's could have died at such a young age I think my three theories with evidence is well proven with good facts and good evidence it has been viewed by scientist and doctors
The Mysterious Murder of King Tutankhamun King Tut was a young, Egyptian pharaoh during the New Kingdom in Egypt. There is a lot of mystery and speculation behind the death of the young king. Some believe he was murdered, while others believe he died a natural death. King Tut was very young at the time of his death, and with the great healthcare he had, there is a possibility of him being murdered by someone who was close to him.
She had her father's sarcophagus reburied in her tomb not only so that they could live on in death together, but to continue her efforts to legitimize her reign as queen. After her death, her step son Thutmose III took control of the kingdom and ruled for 30 years, becoming a great builder like Hatshepsut. Later in Thutmose III's reighn he had almost of Hatshepsut's evidence as pharaoh destoryed. Some speculate that it could have been to erase Hatshepsut's legacy as a powerful female ruler. Others speculate that it was to close the gap of male succession caused by Hatshepsut.
Egyptian pharaohs played a vital role in the development of Egypt and it’s outstanding civilization. Pharaohs were the most powerful and most respected figures in Egypt. Thutmose III has excellent qualifications to be considered as the greatest pharaoh of all time. Military rise and tremendous battle tactics arose with the reign of Thutmose III. In Egypt it was very valuable to have land, for protection and also for the riches, Thutmose III ‘s expansion of Egypt was the best the civilization ever saw.
The truth is, no one knows, but people can try and come up with a theory that is as accurate as possible. everyone has their own beliefs about his death, and here is mine. He was first thought to have died of natural causes until further research went on. “At first it was thought that Ötzi had died in an accident in the mountains. It was only in 2001 that an X-ray revealed a flint arrowhead in his left shoulder, after which a 2 cm entry wound was discovered in his back.
King Tut is a very important figure in both history and science due to his economic decisions, his mummy, and how he ruled Egypt. Not only was he important in his time, but also in the 21st century. He continues to answer mysteries the world is asking due to his corpse as well as his economic decisions in ancient Egypt. Although there are many different theories about his death, many people are discovering new evidence every day. King Tut will continue to answer our questions through the means of history and science.
Hatshepsut had the burial refurbished and had prepared to have Thutmose II buried in the same place as her and their father. During Thutmose III’s reign, he had his father moved to another tomb and had moved Hatshepsut’s mummy to a tomb with her wet nurse Sitre-Re. Hatshepsut’s tomb was discovered by Howard Carter, an English archeologist and Egyptologist who became famous for discovering king Tut’s tomb intact, in 1903. Carter had discovered Tut’s tomb four years later in 1907. Hatshepsut is considered to be Egypt’s most successful pharaoh in history.
History of King Tut I've always held an interest in the history of Egypt and the ever popular pharaohs. Therefore, I took this opportunity to watch a documentary based on King Tutankhamen's lively hood, and what exactly did the artifacts found in his tomb say about his life. This film not only focuses on his tomb, but on ancient Egyptian cities to retell important moments of King Tut's life. The documentary King Tut Unwrapped: Life and Death, directed by Brando Quilici, follows Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass and a group of scientists, as they use archeology and forensic science to uncover the mysterious of King Tutankhamen.
Thutmose III was an important person in Egypt. Thutmose III was a great pharaoh in Egypt. He was born in 1481 B.C. and died in 1425 B.C. and he lived for fifty-six years. He was the sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Thutmose III was a co-regent for twenty years with his stepmother / aunt
There is no surprise that Thutmose III became one of the supreme pharaohs of the New Kingdom given the leadership and opportunities afforded to him through his co-regency with Hatshepsut. In truth, judging from the attack on her monuments, Hatshepsut was perhaps a little too good in concerns of being a pharaoh.
There were special tattoos on his body. There was a hole in the back of his head, and there was pollen in his stomach. Since Otzi had many I teams with him and things on his body there are many different theories and scenarios on how he could have died My theory on how Otzi died is ritual sacrifice. I think Otzi died by being being sacrificed because he had tattoos over his body.
King Tut has died a mysterious death. There are three theories I believed that have caused King Tut’s death. One theory was murder, I think he might have been murder by Aye and Horemheb. Another theory was an illness. The third theory was a chariot crash.
Prosecuting Romeo I, Jackson L. Weiss as Prosecutor of Summit County, Ohio, do charge Romeo Montague with voluntary manslaughter for the death of Tybalt Capulet and involuntary manslaughter for the death of Count Paris. The death of Tybalt Capulet was quite the tragedy as he was such a young man and had so much to live for. Romeo Montague will step up and take responsibility for the actions he has caused. He will be charged with voluntary manslaughter.
Though Carter was focused on getting inside the rest of the tomb, he noted that the doorway had been sealed three different times. These findings lead Carter to the conclusion that the tomb had been robbed in the past. Carter and other archeologists even noted that king Tut’s tomb was not decorated and did not have many of the grand features of a normal pharaoh’s tomb. Though the tomb was quickly constructed, Carter’s discoveries proved that King Tut’s tomb was the greatest ancient Egyptian tomb ever discovered (“KV62” 1). Carter still had plenty of work to do though, to prove that this was the greatest tomb ever