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.
Our first theory is that King Tut was murdered. King Tut could have been murdered by Mr. Horemheb because as King Tut grew older he would not need him anymore, So Mr. Horemheb social ranking would fall down for him to be a farmer or even a slave in the social ranking. Our other suspect is Aye who is the biggest suspect. Aye could have loosen the screws on his chariot ride causing him to fall and break a bone or case that mark on his x-ray. Aye could have also payed guys or people to beat him up. I Ndeye Ly think Aye could have forced King Tut wife to marry him because not only because of him most likely becoming king but more of. Aye could blame her and say “oh she is a trader or a dog she went out with me even knowing she was married to king tut”. everyone would look at her in different ways so that would leave the attention off of Aye and
For years this event has been ignored. However, after analyzing the evidence in this case, we have startling news to share. First we will explain to you several theories that make the most sense. Then we will tell you what we believe caused the death of King Tut.
King Tut, whose real name is Tutankhamun, was a product of inbreeding. His parents are believed to have been siblings; therefore, he suffered many inherited diseases. According to the video, which was a CT scan that scientists recreated, King Tut had buck teeth, wide hips, and a clubfoot. This information proved that he could not have died riding a chariot, because he could not stand on his own. He was buried with many walking sticks, and according to history this was a way to represent his power; however, it is now believed they were used to assist in his walking. The scientists also believes that he may have died of malaria.
King Tut cause of death was by assassination from General Horemheb. General Horemheb ent someone to kill King Tut.He died of assassination because in paragraph 7 it says “Under Tutankhamun,he was appointed commander in of the army and deputy of the king. Following the demise of Tutankhamun and Ay, Horemheb became pharaoh. During his reign , he had the names of Akhenaten, Tutankhamun and Ay removed from royal list of pharaohs.”General Horemheb was jealous of King Tut so he sent someone to kill
After Amenhotep IV or Akhenaton died, his son Tutankhamen became pharaoh. Tutankhamen's short rule ended after only nine years when he died unexpectedly. It is now a mystery on how King Tut died. What is more fascinating is that when some people opened Tut's Tomb, there was nothing stolen from the tomb. Other pharaoh tombs' jewelry and important objects are stolen by grave robbers, but not King Tut's tomb when they opened it in 1922. A gold mask was also found in Tut's tomb. There were definitely a lot of mysteries of King Tut, but it's not over yet. Another mystery took place after the tomb was opened in 1922. The people that opened the tomb died because of a mysterious disease that was spreading in 1922. There are many rumors that there is
Not knowing much about the Middle East I couldn’t wait to see artifacts. I was able to approach real life artifacts and dissect them with my eyes. One major impact of the Oriental institute was the Code of Hammurabi. The Code of Hammurabi is the Babylonian law code of Ancient Mesopotamia. The unique cuneiform style writing on the rock dates back to 1754 BC. While walking through the doors into ancient history artifacts, my eyes immediately saw the giant rock of the Code of Hammurabi. Being able to stand next to the Code of Hammurabi made me feel like I was four feet tall. It was one thing listening to Professor Maniates talk about the Code of Hammurabi in class but once I stood right in front or the enormous rock my mind went crazy. I could not imagine how long that must have taken the Mesopotamian people to make. I was amazed at the dedication and creativity. Another major impact I experienced while at the Oriental Institute was the way they buried their dead at Qustul. Many burials were identified by what was in the tomb with the body. If the tomb was filled with various flowers and diamonds this often meant that the person was from royalty or a wealthy family. In some cases, the bodies were mummified and placed in a so called coffin. These coffins were often painted with a lot of colors and
King Tut had a very short life, but is well known by many. Born in 1341 B.C.E. , he became the twelfth king and reigned from 1332 to 1324 B.C.E. King Tut’s full name, Tutankhamen, means “the living image of Aten”. King Tut is known to be one of the greatest Egyptian pharaohs around his time period. His father, Akhenaten was a very powerful many, and when King Tut came into reign he changed things for the better. He became pharaoh at the early age of 9, but that did not stop King Tut from being a very successful ruler. The same year he came into rule he married his half sister named, Ankhesenamun. At the early age of nineteen, King Tut died. People today are not really too sure about the true caused of death. Many believe he was in a chariot accident, and others believe it was caused by gangrene in one of his legs. People also believe he may have been murdered by someone in the hunt for the throne. The generation today still does not have the true story behind his death, but everyone can agree it was too
King Tut’s tomb was found by English archaeologist Howard Carter in 1923. The reason the discovery of Tutankhamen 's tomb was so important was because of the condition his tomb was found in. Dr Carter found Tut’s tomb to be almost completely untouched. Unlike several tombs found before Tut the young pharaoh 's tomb had been untouched by robbers, priceless artifacts were found in Tutankhamen 's tomb. Another great discovery in the valley of kings was that of thutmose III tomb. The tomb of thutmose is said to be one of the most sophisticated of any of the tombs found in the valley of kings. Thutmose the III tomb was found by Victor Loret in 1898. One of the most influential pharaohs found in the valley of kings is Ramesses the II also known as Ramesses the great. Though sadly one of the largest tombs in the valley of kings is also the most degrading and has been ravished by flooding several times. The tomb of Ramesses and his sons was found by Ernesto Schiaparelli in
The million dollar question is who killed Tupac? Then follows why what was their reason to kill him? “ Well there are many conspiracies; one is that he is not dead it was all faked because of how powerful yet despised he was. Another that his continuous feud with Biggie and Puff Daddy or otherwise known as their gang name “Bad Boys.” Tupac already thought that Biggie set him up the first time he got shot, therefore many believe it was them. Some even suspect the Las Vegas Police Department of having something to do with it”. More recently though, Suge Knight has admitted after 21 years he knows who killed Tupac Shakur” (Monti, personal). Knight’s officially signed affidavit that his Reggie Wright Jr. his head of security at the time and his ex wife Sharitha has been linked to Tupac 's death by LAPD detectives. Though, Knight was the intended target of the shooting, so Wright Jr. and Sharitha could gain control of Death Row Recorders. Suge Knight does second these claims however it is hard to believe because Suge was suspected of Pac’s murder due to his inconsistent testimonies before (Alexis, Suge Knight..killed
Another way King Tut could have died is from illness. Also, in King Tut 's family line there was a lot of illness around him had malaria so he was always around illness. Next, King Tut suffered from a bone disease called avascular bone necrosis that deprived him of his blood supply which leads to the destruction of an area of a bone. So that would explain the destruction of his skull and the destruction of his ribs,pelvis,knee cap, and his right foot.But the huge clue is that he only has destruction on his right side of his body which is weird because the disease he has doesn 't affect only one side of his body.
In the news article, egyptologist one step close to finding queen nefertiti The search for the ancient egypt queen Neferneferuaten ( popular know nefertiti) which means beautiful women as come’ might be hidden in a secret chamber. Egypt’s antiquities minister said he is more than sure that a queen’s tomb is hidden behind King Tutankhamun’s final resting place says minister Mamdouh el-Damaty and Nicholas Reeves. Reeves theorize that King Tut ( Tutankhamun ) was rush to an chamber which was original Nefertiti tomb.King tut died at age 19. el-Damary has agreed but also says that whoever might be behind these walls is most likely to be Kia ,king tut mother. Researchers examined king tut’s tomb the images was revealed not at all natural the
Many people believed that king Tut was burned or had genetic impairments but I think that he got assassinated. ¨since king Tut did not have a child to succeed him, it appears that Ay decided to seize the crown and declare himself king.¨ Also in the mysteries of egypt article Ay claimed the throne but later dies. Could this be Ays work and he killed king tut or could there be someone else? Could it be Horehomb like in the article it says that all the pharaohs names were scratched out.
Pharaohs all had different names, sometimes long or short, weird or semi-normal. Like pharaoh Tutankhamun, Or king Tut for short.
I believe that genetic impairments were the cause of King Tutankhamun’s death, along with malaria. A recent autopsy confirmed from 2000 computer scans showed that there was a relation to genetic impairments from King Tut’s parents, who were brother and sister. Evidence behind King Tut’s potential genetic impairments is that there were 130 used walking canes found in his tomb. Do to the relation of Tut’s parents, he suffered from a partially clubbed foot. This impairment wouldn’t be able to let him ride on a chariot. In addition, the malaria found in modern day Egypt is very high, and King Tut could have suffered from malaria. If King Tut did suffer from malaria, I believe both the genetic impairments and malaria would be the cause of King Tutankhamun’s