Who is Tutankhamun
Tutankhamun (1341 BC 1323 BC) was a pharaoh of the 18th dynasty during the New Kingdom period of ancient Egypt.
His original name was “Tutankhamun”, which means the image of “Atun”, but was later changed to Tutankhamun, which means the image of “Amon”. It shows that his belief has changed from worshiping the god Atun to worshiping the god Amon. Tutankhamen ruled the world at the age of 9 and died violently at the age of 19 due to a family genetic disease. Tutankhamun is not the most outstanding pharaoh in the history of ancient Egypt, but the discovery of his tomb represents the pinnacle of Egyptian archaeological work, and he has therefore become one of the most famous pharaohs.
On October 19, 2014, in the British Daily Mail, there were many mysteries in the Egyptian young pharaoh Tutankhamun in the 14th century BC. Scientists recently used “virtual anatomy” technology to restore Tutankhamun’s face and body shape, and found that he was a person with deformed feet, buck teeth and feminine buttocks. It was also confirmed that Tutankhamun died because of a family genetic disease.
On March 17, 2016, according to foreign media reports, Egyptian officials said that radar scanning of Luxor Tutankhamun’s tomb showed that there is a 90% chance that Tutankhamun’s tomb contains a secret chamber. There may be metal or organic substances inside the secret room.
Tutankhamun (Tutankhamun, meaning “image of Amon” in Egyptian), was born about 1341 BC. He was the twelfth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty in the New Kingdom period of ancient Egypt. He reigned from 1333 BC to 1324 BC. He is not the most outstanding pharaoh in the history of ancient Egypt, but he is the most famous Egyptian pharaoh today. He ruled the world at the age of 9 and died violently at the age of 19. The cause of his death was once murdered, so his whole body was shrouded in mystery.