There are many theories how a man found in the alps covered in ice died. Later this man was named Ötzi or the iceman. When Ötzi was found he had many tools /weapons with him. He had a copper axe, threaded mushrooms, a fanny pack with multiple items in it, and and much more. His items were spared away from him and later on when scientist examined him, his skin was like a mummy. 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
King Tut was one of the most famous pharaohs of all time because he was the youngest pharaoh of all time, ruled at the age of 12, and part of a amazing dynasty.only He died at the age of 18 around 1324. Another reason why King tut was famous is because his tomb was filled with golden treasures and great art of gods and symmetrical drawings. King tut will always be one of the greatest pharaohs.
Did you know that Hatshepsut was the longest reigning pharaoh for two decades that was a girl? I bet you didn’t even know that she had to marry her half brother and her step son. Hatshepsut was born in 1508 and died in 1458 BC. She ruled over egypt for over two decades from 1473 all the way to 1458 BC. Her father was Thutmose I, who had Thutmose II with Mutnofret, who was not Hatshepsut’s mother. Hatshepsut was Thutmose I’s eldest daughter Some people believe that Mutnofret was the daughter of Ahmosel. When Hatshepsut’s father died, in 1493 BC, the throne was passed down to her half brother Thutmose II. In Egypt it wasn’t odd for royalty to marry their family members or siblings. Thutmose II and Hatshepsut ended up having a daughter named Neferure, but the male heir was an infant that a concubine named Isis. A concubine is pretty much like a mistress.
Murdered! He was murdered. Who? The 5,300 year old human time capsule, and his name is.... Ötzi. There is many a theory on this topic. One that seems to make sense is that he was assassinated by a clanmate who was jealous of his position. This is likely because of his copper axe, the arrowhead’s type and its location in his back and a large stone inside the cave which depicted the assassination.
Cleopatra’s story was told in many ways, but the best found was written by a historian named Plutarch, who lived about a century after Cleopatra. Cleopatra was born in 69 B.C. Although her family ruled Egypt, Cleopatra was Macedonian Greek. She became queen of Egypt at eighteen years old in 61B.C. She led Egypt with her younger brother Ptolemy XIII, who was ten. She did not get along well with her brother, and they started a civil war in Egypt. Cleopatra feared losing her power, so she decided to sneak into Caesar’s palace by having Apollodorus wrap her up in a piece of bedding. She wanted to make allies with Caesar because he was such a powerful man. When Cleopatra and Caesar met, they decided to get married for political reasons. Egypt had
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. King Tut’s death has always been a mystery and there has been a lot of theories about it.
All of the pharaohs had a serious impact on Egypt. Hatshepsut was the first woman pharaoh. Ramses II was made a god. King Tut was a very famous ruler who was crowned at the age of nine. In fact, He was the youngest pharaoh. The most significant pharaohs from the new kingdom were Ramses II, King tut, and Hatshepsut.
Otzi ( A.K.A the iceman, Atzi, the Simulation man). Was a man found in the otzal alps frozen. He was found by two German tourists on the 21st of September, 1991. More specifically he was found 4 meters inside the Italian – Austrian border 3210 m above sea level. Otzi is so important because is the most preserved body ever found. He is also the oldest full-body ever found. Otzi changed the way a lot of people thought about evolution. This is why otzi is so important.
Hatshepsut was Egypt’s first female pharaoh. Right now we don’t even have a first women president (December 2015) but in Ancient Egypt civilization, there isn’t as much politics as now. Actually there wasn’t really any politics.
Many people think that king tut was murdered.He was a very young king and died at the age of 19 and ruled for 19 years.Around the year 1324 bc.When they found tut he was on the ground and his leg was broken right above the knee.And it is believed his body was found on a battlefield.These are some reasons why i think king tut was murdered.
A blow to the head, a wound on the hand, and an arrow to the shoulder. These 3 key evidences show that Otzi the Iceman was assassinated. X-rays show that there is an arrowhead in his shoulder. This caused a blood clot that could have helped Otzi’s death. There was also damage to the head. The arrow shaft was taken out of the shoulder, this proves that the assassinator was not far from Otzi’s body. He may have also fought in hand to hand combat. To prove this theory Otzi’s body has a wound on his hand.
The most compelling theory is that Ötzi was assassinated for his high position of power with in his clan. After thorough investigation of the site where Ötzi was discovered (Ötztal Alps) and analysis of the corps historians can infer that the most compelling theory for the death of the iceman is that he was assassinated as part of a power play with in his own clan. This theory is supported by many pieces of evidence. One of these is, the finding of a copper axe near the iceman’s death site and suggesting that the iceman was quite powerful with in his clan. Another supporting piece of evidence is the fact that the arrow was taken out of the iceman’s back, this supports the theory that his attacker did not want to be identified and the fact that
Queen Hatshsput was the royal consort of Thutmose II, who is considered a much lesser pharaoh compared to his father thutmose I who extended egypts borders significantl;y as well as building many temples and his own tomb Queen Hatshsput was married to thutmose ii her half brother most likely to secure his kingship she is considered to be the real power behind thutmose II because because of the similar domestic and foreign policies which were later pursued under her reign and because of her claim that she was her father’s intended heir. She is depicted in several raised relief scenes from a Karnak gateway dating to Thutmose II's reign both together with her husband and alone. She later had herself crowned Pharaoh several years into the
Who really killed Paret? Was it his opponent Emile Griffith who punched Paret into a medical coma? was it the referee who failed to stop the match in time to save Paret's life? Or was it Paret himself, feeding his opponent's anger? These are the questions that come to mind, making people us think of the cause of Paret death. People might blame Paret opponent because it is the most logical cause of Paret's death. Clouded with judgement, they fail to realize that the death of Paret is much more than just a brute beating Paret into the corner of the ring. I, Personally, think the cause of Paret's death was the history between the two fighters outside the ring.The story between the two fighters starts with the Benny Paret's opponent. Paret's opponent's
Throughout the centuries people have wondered what life was like in ancient times, and how ancient people lived and how they came up with many things we still use today. Many famous people in ancient times started movements to better understand the world around us. Some ancient peoples, like ancient pharaohs of Egypt, shaped and made countries what they are today and are a big part of that country 's history. For example, the pharaoh Tutankhamun was a lost part of ancient Egyptian history. He is one of many pharaohs who helped shape Egypt into what it is today. Now, King Tutankhamun has become the most well known Egyptian pharaoh all around the world. After the discovery of his tomb, the contents revealed what the ancient