King Tutankhamun the youngest and a famous
Egyptian Pharaoh, no doubt, his tomb was
found not touched by anyone...King Tutankhamun
at his early age, was the most powerful one.
Boy Emperor...A son of Amenhotep the King.
His residence in Memphis, now Cairo.
He was very young when the war broke down.
The youngest emperor suddenly died.
They buried him in the valley of the tombs.
Some people say...near Luxor.
His tomb was not found for a long time.
People believed, the place of his rest was a sacred one.
These, were the story of Tutankhamun Pharaoh.
He was the youngest of rulers of the Egyptian land.
Ancient Egypt that fascinates, the oldest world history,
and archaeological sites, five thousand year's old culture,
Still inspires and draws many tourists to this unique land.
Years of DNA tests and CT scans on Egypt's famous pharaoh, King Tutankhamun, and his family have yielded surprising results revealing how he died at the young age of 19, and solving the centuries old mystery of his lineage.
Ancient Egypt's most famous pharaoh likely died of a leg injury which was complicated by bone disease and bout of malaria, according to the comprehensive analysis of mummies in his royal family.
The study, conducted by Zahi Hawass of the Secretary-General of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), took two years to finish and shows that because of multiple disorders, the boy King was likely a 'frail king who needed canes to walk.'
Their research showed the young king had a club foot and a cleft palate and his parents were probably siblings; a brother and sister.