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Scientists have found that Tutankhamen died under the wheels of the chariot combat

combatBritish scientists have found that an ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen died under the wheels of the chariot battle . They have created a three-dimensional computer model of the mummy’s 20 -year-old ruler and managed to find out exactly what caused the death of injured . On the left side of the body of the pharaoh driven wheel, he died on the spot . Injuries Tutankhamen very similar to the ones that get people trapped under the wheels of a vehicle , according to ITAR -TASS. Tutankhamen’s mummy was found in 1922. Egyptian pharaoh died in the XIV century BC, at the age of 20 years, after 9 years of Egypt. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on November 5, 2013 in civilization, Historical


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The real secret of Tutankhamen

secret ,TutankhamenA century now claims a halo floating around the name of the pharaoh Tutankhamen-child. Since Howard Carter discovered the tomb – officially 27 November 1922 – the most familiar from the details of discovers all died, inexplicably, in the space of a few years.
About 5 months after the discovery of the tomb, the one who financed the company, Lord Carnarvon, was bitten by a mosquito on his cheek. Following this trivial incident, his health deteriorates to the lead to death from sepsis.
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Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Historical


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Egypt promises to solve the mystery of Tutankhamen

In an interview with French news agency AFP Hawass pointed out that these data will shed new light on the secrets of the family of Pharaoh and his pedigree.

Recall that the tomb of a young pharaoh, who died aged 19, was discovered by British archaeologists led by Howard Carter in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor – the most famous cemetery of the Egyptian monarchs.

This discovery has become an international sensation because of the untouched tomb robbers contain extremely rich funeral utensils, as well as a gold sarcophagus and 11-kilogram gold mask, inlaid with precious and semiprecious stones.
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Posted by on February 3, 2010 in Pyramids


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Mystery of Tutankhamen

Tutankhamun – Egyptian Pharaoh of the XVIII dynasty, who ruled from 1351 to 1342 BC, November 26 1922 archaeologist Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon who financed excavations, found in the Valley of the Kings tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamen. This Pharaoh was not an outstanding ruler, he reigned briefly and almost died young, but his tomb is still the only one that archaeologists have discovered almost no looting. When the wall of the tomb had been punched otvertstie, Carter stuck there a candle and peered into the darkness. – Do you see something there? – Asked Lord Carnarvon. – Yes! I see amazing things! – Excitedly exclaimed Carter. Tutankhamen’s tomb consisted of four rooms, the main one – the burial chamber. The first three rooms were filled with the symbols of royal power and objects of the funeral ritual, and almost every one of them was an outstanding work of ancient Egyptian arts. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on November 16, 2009 in Mysterious


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