valley of the kings in Africa
she dropped from history so no one is quiet sure
The pharaohs died in 1336
King tut and his mask was discovered in 1912 by Howard carter.
Tutankhamun that is so easy
He wasn't. He became king at age 13. His father had died (or was killed, no-one is really sure), so Tutanhkamon had to become Pharoah.
well king tut what a good and loyally king so he enforced a good and loyally government
The tomb of Tutankhamen was well protected as it was built under the tomb of Ramses II, another Egyptian Pharaoh. It was also intact for this reason.
because its a special place just for kings
Sure. He was in a war with a different city or state
king tut ruled ancient Egypt in 9 years, from 9 to 18
no he was 18 years when he died so he did not live long enough to have temples or monuments of him or named after him and trust me i know this is a fact i have been studying
He died!!(?) They murdered him or something or at least my book says he had an infection with his legs and died of that...
Yes, but they are called Pharaohs. He was only 9 when he became king and 19 when he died.
Some workers who were assisting Howard Carter, who was a BritishArchaeologist, and George Herbert discovered the tomb on November4, 1922. The workers were keeping water in ceramic jugs and triedto hide the jugs from the autumn Sun in a pit when they found thebeginning of a stairway cut into the rock...
Ancient Egyptians didn't have funerals like we do today, but his embalming (the process of mummification) was a ceremony of remembrance, so in a sense, he did.
he didn't have any children
he was was apharo who was ruling after Tutankhamen who was his stepmother and back then women couldn't noth be pharaos so she changed all this jazzz and then he distoryed all her stuff and he was a great worrier
Egypt was under Roman rule. The emperor was Tiberius (14BC-37AD) and the governor of Egypt was Gaius Turranius (7-4BC)
Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamun (King Tut) died at age 19 and was buried in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. It is thought that because his death was unexpected, he was buried in a tomb much smaller than his status deserved. It may have been a tomb for another person. His tomb was later...
no he did not have twin daughters but he did have dauters
This was one of the only tombs found intact, with no looting of the contents.
i think a mumey kiled him
Howard carter on November 4th 1922 in Egypt
The Egytian boy pharoah of mid 1300s BC. Whose name means 'Living Image of Amun'. He ruled Egypt and died young.
No way. King Tutankhamen was definitely not boren in Maine. I don't think he even knew Maine existed. Tut was born in Egypt.
Pharaohs wore the royal Deshret (Red Crown), Hedjet (White Crown), Peshent (Red and White Crown), Khepresh (Blue Crown) and Nemes (Head-Cloth Crown). The queens wore Cap-Crown or other fancy headdresses).
he was a young man who was happy until... he had these people comming after him because he is a king.
He was only Pharaoh for 9 years :)
more than 2000-3000 yrs ago
It is rumored that the people of Luxor told Howard Carter where to look after years of searching as they thought he would be killed by the curse.
The mummy discovered and referred to as "the Younger Lady" isthought to be the mother of King Tutankhamun. Unfortunately as ofthis time there have been no solid claims made as to what themummy's actual name is or who she was when she was alive. There arevarious theories surrounding the mummy and as...
of course. he married his sister
tutankhamun became king when he was about 8-9 nobody really knows but he was most likely 8 or 9
6 people excavated the tomb, and four died, this could be the curse, or naturall illness, it seems a coincidence that it happened to the 4 in less than 2 or 3 months... i know that when the second died the lights in town went dead, but it was just electrical problems...the first died from an...
King tut had 2 kids with a half-sister
He did not chang3 his nam3 to "Tut", it is short for King Tutkamen. He also was famous for what was in th3 tomb wh3n it was found. He was also about 10 when he became king. 2nd Answer: King Tut's name was Tutankhamun. Today we call him "Tut" because it is easier to say.
Back then they didn't have real schools, but wealthy kids were schooled by priests. So King Tutankhamen was probably taught by the high priest,but I am inferring...
tutankhamun's tomb is located in the Valley of the Kings and is by far the best preserved royal tomb ever discovered. The tomb, which was thought to be left intact, was believed to be robbed twice. Even though this tomb revealed treasure beyond our imagination, it was modestly furnished compared to...
Howard Carter found King Tut's tomb because he was looking for it. He wanted to make a great archealogical discovery, and the people who were sponsoring his dig wanted him to find it, so he tried, and so he did. Carter knew that there was a gap in the chronology of the pharonic rule of ancient...
The name of King Tutankhamen's wife is Ankhesenamun. She was thethird daughter of King Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti.
Probably Menes, the king of Egypt who united the Upper and Lower Egypt in the 3rd millennium. He seems to be the first Egyptian ruler for whom there are historical records. Umm you know, you asked Who was the first king? But from which country?Any specific COUNTRY KING, you want to know the name of....
His name was originally Tutankh aten which means"blessed of Aten" which his father soon changed to Tutankhamen (the main god worshipped in Egypt) and his wife was Ankhesanamen originally named Ankhesenpaaten and they had two children who died very young because their umbilical chords were cut off...
Kalani PaiÊ»ea Wohi o Kaleikini KealiÊ»ikui Kamehameha o Ê»Iolani i Kaiwikapu kaui Ka Liholiho KÅ«nuiÄkea .
King Tut's tomb was full of riches, treasures, and things to help and guide him in the examples are jewellery, furniture (including his bed!), food and 4 packs of his favourite game Senet. When Howard Carter found the tomb he looked through the only hole so far and said "I see wonderful things,...
Yes, he married his half-sister.
It probably was NOT a curse, just fumes, smells, gasses and germs that were released when they opened the tomb. I mean, if you think about it there was probably a lot of gross stuff in the air from the DEAD BODY being locked up in an airtight structure. But, if you still want to know who first died...
In 1922 about 80years ago
Any website that doesn't call him "Tut" has got to be good. Tut was not his name and it is simply laziness or disrespect for history that prevents some people using the full and correct name. Try the link below:
King Tut was not king for very long. He was crowned when he was around 8-9 years old and died by a blow to the leg in war at age 18.
yes yes yes he did i believe
He died when he was eighteen years old.
King Tuts wifes name is Ankhesenpaaten.
The Sphinx is king Tutankhamun's head with a lions body
Tutankhamuns Corpse was found to be stuck in his coffin as the ancient egyptians poured oil and resin into his sarcophagus at the time of his burial..
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King tut is not cool and not a good pharaoh
most are stored in Museums like Cairos Museum.
At first Tut was known as Tutankhaten,his birthname. When he became pharaoh at age nine he changed his name to Tutankha mun.
He is said to have died after the Battle of Camlann in c.538AD
no not if your the person who killed the king and if he died of sickness or old age then no no one must die because no one did it.
Isaiah is known to have written much of the Book of Isaiah, where he says he wrote during the reigns of Kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah. The second part of the Book of Isaiah was commenced by an anonymous author over a hundred years later during the Babylonian Exile, at a time when there...
Swimming, studying, hunting and board games.
It had been filled in with rocks from all the rain
there were lots of bones and vampires around the coffin i saw it i swear. o and i saw the body moving and the hart was beating inside the pots wear they keep the organs.
Not according to a 2010 two year research study of the Kings 3,300 year old body. Recent discoveries regarding King Tutankhamun isn't simply the fact that he had malaria, but they could also determine the exact conditions of his life and death. It is the first DNA study ever conducted on an...
No. Tutankhamen is from nearly 100 years prior to the supposed date of the Exodus. The Pharaoh commonly cited is Ramses II.
Moses and king tut weren't living at the same time period. The only thing that is in common in the time period they lived in is that they both live before Jesus was born
They found it in the grownd
Howard Carter mapped Kings Vally and divided it into squares Ana crossed of all the places he had searched. he was left with one square and he and his teem searched and the water boy was playing around in the sand when he came across the reps leading to king tuts tomb.
Yes they were king tut may have died because the blood lines of his mother and father crossed too close.
Yes he got malaria and he also had a broken leg.
If you broke your leg would YOU be in pain?
They're called pyramids. They were made out of stone. Workers dragged them with pure human power.
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