So this is why we chose the camel theorie. As you can see that all lots of possibilities including a murderer, falling off a cliff, and getting sick or having a disease but we have agreed that the real killer is camels because we think he fell off a camel. The injuries show broken bones and a cracked skull witch shows there was a lot of damage done. So our group thinks that he fell off a camel and hit his head on a rock. So we think that the camel killed king
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
While traveling to the East Coast in 1860, Muybridge was in a stagecoach accident and received serious head injuries. Apparently this left him suffering from double vision and confusion, there was a noticeable difference noticed in his behavior by those close to him. Modern neurologists examining the medical records speculate that the injury to his frontal cortex might have led to the emotionally erratic and eccentric behavior in his life. Apparently it was at this time, that his surgeon suggested, he take up photography. It can be argued that in pursuing his need to understand all aspects of human movement, his scientific side, he chose models that were nude, seminude, or draped in a gauzy fabric as well as deformities and other birth defects.
So, if you had a broken bone, chances are you would be stuck waiting for hours and maybe even days. Open latrines, decomposing food, and unclean water were often present in the field hospitals since doctors and surgeons didn’t understand the concept of germs, yet. These are minié balls. Most patients in field hospitals were shot with one of these. These were soft lead bullets used during battles in the civil war that caused catastrophic damage.
What is the pharaoh 's curse? Many people have wondered the same thing, but those who get the curse regret it. Most people get the curse when the disturb a desist Pharaoh from his sleep. The pharaoh’s curse cause tragic deaths, illusions, and illnesses for anyone who receives this awful curse. The curse first came to be in 1922.
The area the carried the most disease was the Isthmus. When Americans had took over the job of building the canal, many of them had lost their lives due to the disease. Roosevelt realized that with people getting sick, and some dying he needed to find help quickly. With the help of William Gorgas, the disease of malaria was finally wiped out. However, this did not happen right away because in 1905 an outbreak of yellow fever had just hit.
Junger talks of dreams known as “mefloquine dreams”. These dreams came from the malaria pill that all the men took every monday. These pills produced horrific dreams that often times caused the men to wake up in a cold sweat. Junger states, “....I’m sawing someone in half with a carpentry saw for no reason that I can explain; I’m choking with sorrow and remorse that ended twenty-five years ago…”. It did not only did it cause those nightmares; It also had side effects of depression, paranoia, aggression, and insomnia.
The two resources share the same conflict of tuberculosis, but the way the authors portray them is completely different. In the “Breathing Room”, Evvy was diagnosed with tuberculosis. She experienced many effects such as bad fevers, terrible night sweats, bad coughs that contained blood, and weight loss. “ My lungs kept playing tug-of-war with the walls of my chest.” “But the coughing got worse. Stars swirled in front of my eyes.
Even the least of risks such as a cough, this high altitude cough could break ones ribs. Damaged rigged edges of broken ribs can damage major blood vessels or internal organs, such as the lungs. While climbing Mount Everest you can experience a variety of symptoms, from extreme fatigue to dizziness and coughing up blood. The lack of oxygen going to the brain at such a high altitude which could also be called Hypoxia, can cause people to make poor, and sometimes deadly decisions. One of the biggest risks climbers take while climbing Mount Everest is death.
This was the passing of Charles Floyd. Lewis remarked that Charles’s death was the saddest part of the journey. The presumed cause of death was appendicitis, but other sources have stated it may have been peritonitis, inflammation of the wall of the abdominal wall or biliary colic. Charles Floyd was one of the first to volunteer to join Lewis and took extremely detailed notes. He died in 1804 on the Missouri River.
So, we think there must have been an obstacle blocking the way of the chariot. King Tut fell, and cracked his skull, and broke his leg. In the CT scan that scientists took, shows that he broke his leg, and cracked his skull. So when the chariot flipped over because of the obstacle, king Tut could have bled to death on the spot or he could have not had the special care he needed. Due to no special care, he could’ve died.
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. King Tut could’ve died from a chariot race.
If Timmy was punched hard enough, he can have fractures on the cartilage structure of the throat, since the cartilage is flexible and not as strong as the bones. If damage is inflicted, by strong hit for example, on the larynx, it begins to swell. If it swells too much, the flow of air can blocked and you start to suffocate. How would this affect his respiratory system? Timmy’s cartilage plates around the larynx are probably severely damaged and this can compromise the airways and let the air to escape into his neck and chest.
With this version, you die in five days, and you develop flu-like symptoms (like fever, headache, chills, and weakness). But, the most significant part of the Bubonic Plague is that there are very painful egg-sized buboes that grow in the moist places in your body, like your armpits, neck and groin. The second type of the Black Plague is the Pneumonic Plague. This plague is the most dangerous kind because you die in three days, but you get to avoid the agonizing, enormous buboes. Soon after you are exposed to the plague, you begin to develop pneumonia-like symptoms (like fever, chills, chest pain, coughing blood, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea).
But, the damage to his skull most likely occurred during the mummification process, after his death. Then how did he die? A CT scan was performed and it was found that he had a broken leg and a large chest wound. Some suggest he could have fallen off his chariot while hunting, but Professor Albert Zink, scientific