King at 9, Married at 10: King Tut Chevroline Sumner

Early in his life

Around 1341 BC a famous person was born named King Tut. His real name is Tutankhamun how you say it is (toot-ank-ah-moon). He was King of Egypt when he was 9 years old. Also, he only drank beer (adult drink). King tut was married when he was 10 years old .

Probably, one of the best known pharaohs of ancient Egypt,Tutankhamun was a minor figure in ancient Egyptian history. The boy king of the 18th Egyptian dynasty was the son of the powerful Akhenaten (also known as Amenhotep IV) and most likely one of Akhenaten's sisters.

on the left there is King tut's tomb, on the right it is King Tut.

Later in his live

Since then, his remains have held millions in awe over the mystery of his life and death.

He got married to his step sister.He fought with spears and bows and arrows. He was married for 8 or 9 years.Then after he was married for 8 or 9 years then he died around 1321 BC. After, he died he was more famous then when he was alive.In Albany there is King Tut’s mummy ( a body of a human being or animal that has been ceremonially preserved by removal of the internal organs, treatment with natron and resin, and wrapping in bandages) in the museum (place filled with artifacts) so we can still see him. They say “that there is gold in his mummy tomb”.

King tut's tomb

After life

Aug 3, 2015 King Tut is chiefly known for his intact tomb, discovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings in 1922.After all, his remains have held millions in awe over the mystery of his life and death.

Then in the year, 1922 Howard Carter discovered a tomb that he was looking for years trying to find it for the gold into the tomb. It was … King Tutankhamun’s tomb. Not only, King tut is famous for the gold into his tomb he is also famous for his tomb.

King tut is famous for his tomb, but nobody cares about how he died or why he died unless they read about it first than you will care about how he died, and why he died. Another reason,Nowon even knows when the boy king died or how. In 2005 a study revealed that he broke his leg and developed an infection in the wound shortly before death (died). According to one theory, the pharaoh sustained the injury by falling from his chariot (a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used in ancient warfare and racing)during a hunt.

Now,you know all about king tut.

A message from King Tut
This is a diagram of king tut's tomb

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