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  After Carter carefully opened the third and last lid of the sarcophagus (about 100 kilograms of gold plate), he found that there was a mask made of gold and lapis lazuli on the mummy’s head. After that, it took another two years and eight months to complete the work of moving and cataloging all the items inside. After three more weeks, after removing the resin coating in the mummy mask, Carter really realized the “fascinating and ingenious workmanship” of the mummy production method. It was February 1932, and it was nearly ten years since Tutan’s tomb was discovered. Carter finally completed all the photography and recording of Tutan’s treasure. Incredibly, there are 5398 items in total.
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  Tut (Tutankhamen full name) has been the reason why Pharaoh endless appeal to people, perhaps because of his mysterious. Some scholars said:. “For the study of people pharaoh Tutankhamun, the biggest confusion is that many of the items at the time, although you can dig out, but could not find any record of him in the history of literature and information in the”
  people The understanding of Tutan’s life experience is mostly based on various archaeological discoveries. Tutankhamun was born approximately in 1341 BC, most likely in Akhenaten, because his original name was Tutankhadon, which means “the incarnation of the god Aton (sun god)”. At the end of Akhenaten’s reign (1353 BC to 1335 BC), Aton was the only official Egyptian god. Akhenaten was the Egyptian pharaoh at that time. Tutan may be the son of him and his second wife, but some people think that Tutan may be the son of Amenhotep III and Queen Tai. If If so, he should be Akhenaten’s younger brother.
  When Tutan was still studying in the palace, the empire had begun to lose control of the northern territory (today’s Syria).
  It is assumed that Tutan was living in the new capital of the empire-Amarna. Five or six years before Tutan was born, Akhenaten built the city of Amarna. Part of the reason for the construction of the new city may be to escape a plague called the Black Death, which swept the major cities of Egypt. Another possibility is to completely destroy the sect that believes in the god Amon, who was the most worshipped god at the time. Akhenaten, who claimed that God Atun was the only supreme god, ordered the closure of temples dedicated to other gods in order to destroy the worship of Amon and other gods that had lasted for more than two thousand years, and ordered the soldiers to destroy them. Statues of Amon and other gods.
  Akhenaten died in 1335 BC, and Tutan succeeded him at the age of six or seven (his bride was the same age as him). Tutan married Akhenaten’s third daughter Anson Patton (she may be Tutan’s half-sister) when he was a child. In a sense, this kind of marriage is very likely to make Tutan the heir to the royal power.
  During Akhenaten’s reign, Egypt used to be a powerful empire that spanned almost from Sudan to the Euphrates River Basin and had a population of 1 to 1.5 million. However, the collapse of this empire was as fast as the burst of a balloon. Businessmen complained about the inability to conduct free trade with foreign countries, and the army was dissatisfied with the restrictions on movement, which made the domestic antagonism high. Farmers, laborers and ordinary civilians also complained about losing their former gods. This emotion slowly evolved from sadness and confusion to resistance, and people began to take actions to obtain a new life and strive for the happiness they had lost in the past.
  When Tutan and his wife were both 11 years old, the court moved back to the administrative capital of Memphis, which is 24 kilometers south of Cairo today. At this time, a counselor named Ai proposed to the monarch who was still a child to restore polytheism. Tutan accepted his suggestion and even changed his name to Tutankhamun, which means “the incarnation of the god Amon”, his wife The name was changed to Anhesen Amon, which means “born for Amon”.
  Outside the Temple of Amon in Karnak, Tutan erected a two-meter-high stone stele to express his apology for Akhenaten’s past actions and to demonstrate what he had done for the Egyptian people. The inscription reads: “The temple has been reduced to ruins, and the temple has been abandoned and overgrown with weeds. But the pharaoh (referring to Tutan) is now adding manpower to repair the temple, not hesitating to use all precious things-gold, silver, lapis lazuli, The emerald…multiplied the wealth of the temple.” The
  young ruler is about 1.55 meters tall. According to archaeological speculation, Tutan, like his ancestors, may have received military training since childhood. In his mausoleum there are 6 chariots, 50 bows, 2 long swords, 8 shields, 2 short swords, various slingshots, throwing sticks, etc. There is also a wooden box in his mausoleum with a scene inscribed on it: the young king draws a bow and shoots arrows on the battlefield, pressing the soldiers of the Nubian nomadic tribe under his chariot.
  The Tutans may have lived in Memphis most of the time, and often traveled, participated in hunts near Giza, and the Temple of Debes hosted some religious festivals. There is conclusive evidence that Tutan’s teenage queen had two miscarriages: once when she gave birth to a baby girl who was only 5 months old, and once when she gave birth to a dead female baby. The two baby girls were mummified and buried in Tutankhamun’s tomb.
  Around 1323 BC, Tutan died suddenly at the age of 18.
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  on the death of Tut’s, since his mummy was discovered in 1922, has been Supremacy clouds. People have been arguing about his death because of the following reasons.
  Judging from the situation in Tutan’s tomb, his death was sudden-the tomb was narrow and small, as if it had been buried in a hurry before being repaired, and the decorations were simple, unlike those prepared for the royal family. Many paints were splashed on the murals on the walls of the tomb, and they were not wiped clean. Those funerary objects that attracted the attention of the world are not actually Tutan’s daily necessities, because they were originally engraved with other people’s names, and Tutankhamun’s name was temporarily added after erasing the original name. When making Tutan’s mummies, he did not slowly soak his body with antiseptic spices like other pharaohs, but poured buckets of antiseptic spices on his corpse.
  In 1968, a British expert performed X-rays on Tutan’s mummy and found that there was a displaced bone in his brain cavity, and a shadow that looked like a blood clot on the back of his head. Experts believed that the shadow might be caused by an intrameningeal hemorrhage, and the hemorrhage might be the result of a heavy blow to the back of the brain. In other words, Tutan is likely to die of murder. This discovery casts a mystery over Tutan’s death.
  In order to further clarify the cause of Tutan’s death, in early 2005, archaeological experts in Egypt and the United States decided to use modern high-tech to examine Tutan’s mummy. Using a CT scanner, experts took nearly 1,700 pictures of different parts of Tutan’s mummy in just 15 minutes. After analysis, on March 8, 2005, the panel of experts announced a result that surprised the archaeological community: 3300 years ago, the 18-year-old ancient Egyptian pharaoh did not die of a murder previously thought.
  A CT scan showed that Tutan was only 18 to 20 years old when he died. This judgment is based on the results of the calculation of his bone age, the observation that his wisdom teeth have not yet grown, and his skull has not completely closed. Although Tutan’s mummy was mishandled and damaged when it was first discovered, scans still showed that Tutan was in good health when he was alive.