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Who Killed King Tut? We found him!

Tutankhamen, mostly known for being Kemet’s boy king and son of the revolutionary ruler, Akhenaten, died at a very young age. The tragic death of his father precipitated his accession to the throne. And that’s also what made him special. He is the boy who became king for most people. But that situation was not really uncommon because many other kings in the history of Kemet accessed to the throne while they were still children. Pepi II Neferkare for example. But what really interests us here is not his early access to the throne, but his early death. Indeed, the young King Tut died when reaching his majority, at 19 years old. In other words, when he was becoming a man. And that unexpected and early death led to all types of theories. We will study each one of them and try to discover what really happened to him.Among the several theories that fed mainstream media, 4 of them have been taken seriously by scholars. The Chariot Crash Theory In 2014, producers of a BBC television documentary postulated that King Tut died in chariot crash that broke his legs and pelvis, and resulted in an infection and perhaps death by blood poisoning. Those who supported this theory noted that Tut was depicted riding on chariots and also suffered from a deformed left foot, making it possible …

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