King Tut’s death: Stil a mystery

Published on November 20th, 2013 | by Admin



A new study is dismissing the recent theory that King Tut died due to a chariot accident.

According to the researchers, the diagnosis of trauma caused by a chariot accident is one of the many hypothesis about King Tut’s death for which not enough evidence can be found.

To prove their point, Ikram and Rühli reviewed medical claims about the best-known pharaoh of ancient Egypt, starting from as far back as 1925, when the mummy was unwrapped in the outer corridor of the tomb of Seti II (KV15) by Howard Carter and others.

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Story: Rossella Lorenzi, | Photo: Jean-Pierre Dalbera, Wikimedia Commons

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