King Tut's Legacy

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King Tutankhamun ruled Egypt as the Pharaoh only, for 10 years but when he was 19 he died in 1324 B.C. Tutankhamen’s legacy was to largely negated by his successors. He died do to his very bad sickness it was a crippling bone disease in the left foot of his body. Tutankhamen was only for pharaoh known to have a been depicted seated while engaged in physical activities. Even though his family was royal they had poor health so they all died early.

After he had died King Tut was mummified because of the Egyptian religious tradition that hold the royal body that should be preserved and provision for the afterlife. First, they removed his organs and wrap him with resin-soaked bandages. Then, they put a 24-pound of solid gold portrait mask that is placed over king Tut’s head and his shoulders. Finally, he was laid in a series of of nested containers that are three golden coffins 4 gilded wooden shrines a granite sarcophagus , and the largest which
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Restoring Thebes as the religious people in the center and changing the ends of King Tut’s name to reflect on the royal allegiance to the creator of Amun. King Tut also worked in a concert with the power of his advisers Horemheb and Ay. They were the future pharaohs to restore Egypt's stature in the region.

In King Tutankhamen's tomb was a over 5,000 things including clothes, artifacts ,chariots, also funiture. The reason why they did that is because they felt like that if that gives him to the afterlife. Another, thing that they had was weapons and 130 of lame walking sticks.

Because the tomb was so small historians King Tut death must have been unexpected and his burial was rushed by Ay, who succeed pharaoh’s place .The entrance corridor was looted soon as the burial but, the inner rooms were sealed shut so nobody can touch the stuff on the inside King Tut’s
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