Black People : What Really Killed King TUT

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  1. $$RICH$$

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    DNA Sheds Light on King Tut's Life and Death

    The most famous of all pharaohs was a frail and sickly king who walked with a cane and suffered
    from a painful bone disease and a club foot. But it may have been a severe case of malaria that
    finally killed him, according to groundbreaking new genetic analysis.

    A team of researchers from Egypt, Germany and Italy also developed a definitive family tree for
    King Tutankhamun, including the identity of his father and grandparents and the two still-born
    fetuses found in his tomb. The genealogy also confirms that Tut's family was largely the product
    of in-breeding.
    Tutankhamun was only 19 when he died, circa 1324 BC, after a nine-year reign over Egypt's New Kingdom.
    His death marked the end of his family's 200-year rule, which was then replaced by a military regime.

    disputed. These tests confirm that his father was Akhenaten, a revolutionary pharaoh known for
    introducing monotheistic religion. Tut's mother, whom many speculate was Queen Nefertiti, remains
    unidentified -- still known as Mummy KV35YL. DNA analysis has yet to identify KV35YL but did conclude
    that the unnamed mummy is the sister of Akhenaten, as well as his mating partner.Some also speculated
    that Queen Tiye, a wife of Akhenaten whose body was also embalmed alongside Tut's, was the young
    pharaoh's mother. In fact, the tests revealed, she was his grandmother.The two still-born bodies in Tut's tomb,
    once thought to have been his half-siblings, have been identified as his children.

    How true or correct are these genetic analysis

    get the full story and artical click links below

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    reports King TUT, broken leg, malaria fatal for frail boy King
    Egypt's most famous Pharaoh , (KING Tutankhamun) was a
    frail boy who suffered from a cleft palate and club foot.
    He died of complications from a broken leg exacerbated by malaria
    DNA testing and a CT scan on Tut's 3300 yr old mummy trying to
    end many of myth surrounding the boy king , inside his tomb
    was a stunning array of jewels and artifacts even 15 canes used by tut
    what was a long speculation over his death at age 19 now paints a picture
    of a Pharaoh whose immune system was likely weakened by congenital diseases

    The popular image of a graceful boy king portray say he wasn't white , said to
    have had coloration of brownish , Tut family who strongly inbreeded with members
    of the family in the 18th dynasty DNA studies found several genetic disorders...


     
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    Interesting Info $$RICH$$...

    I've not done much study about King TuT so this is informative. I trust there is much more to be said about the man~child and his life. I also found that thread Destee started back in 05 interesting and had heard about the challenge to the skin color whites portrayed.

    Interesting stuff yet not surprising at all...at least ...the older thread re: not surprising.


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    malaria, huh?
    I always thought the priest hit him in the back of the head w/ something. Iono

    and I've got a feeling that death mask didn't really look like him...too bad.
     
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