Pharaoh returns

  So, for what reason did Pharaoh Tutan die? Experts believe that he may have suffered a fatal infection because he was found to have severe injuries on his left leg bone. Could it be that when the mummy of Pharaoh Tutan was originally made, the embalmedist’s hands and feet damaged the left leg of the corpse? Experts pointed out that if the wound was caused before Tutan was alive, it would cause massive bleeding, but the CT scan showed no signs of hemorrhage. In other words, the wound was formed after Tutan died, and of course it cannot be the cause of the young king’s death.
  Although it is still uncertain whether Tutan died of wound infection, experts have launched an investigation into all the claims about Tutan’s murder. In the end, he found no evidence of a heavy blow to the back of his head and no other signs of murder.
  Since it was discovered in 1922, the various disputes about Tutan’s death may be over, and the mummy, which has always been the subject of attention, will be sent back to his own tomb, restoring peace and tranquility.
  From April to July 2005, the CT scans of Tutan’s mummies were exhibited on a tour in some countries. At the same time, there are 50 burial objects unearthed from Tutan’s tomb and 70 from other ancient Egypt. The cultural relics found in the tombs and temples, as well as some originally preserved in the Egyptian National Museum in Cairo.
  · Scorpion King legend
  he is the image of ancient Egypt’s most fascinating, full of mystery a historical figure, a hero of ancient do not know it exists or not, and for future generations, in particular, provides unlimited imagination for the film. In the millennia before the appearance of the pyramids and the kingdom on the Nile, a man emerged from a chaotic and bloody battle, laying the foundation for an empire with a long history on earth. He is the Scorpion King.
  Before getting to know the Scorpion King, let us close our eyes and let our minds become screens. The lights flashed in the darkness, and the deserts, cities and palaces of ancient Egypt were shown on the screen. Then, the camera turned around and came to a king who was heavily armed. He has a well-equipped army and fierce warriors. More importantly, there is a witch who can predict the future beside him. With these, he has become an unbeatable overlord. How many tribes hate him. He was beaten and fled everywhere. At this moment, a great man appeared in front of the evil king and contended with it. With his bravery, justice and appeal, he won the respect of the tribe, the witch’s submission, and finally defeated the invincible. overlord. This great man is the Scorpion King.
  I am afraid that many people will not be unfamiliar with this scene just now, because this is the storyline in the American blockbuster “The Scorpion King” (also translated as “The Devil”). There is also a Hollywood blockbuster that begins with the Scorpion King, which is “The Mummy Returns.” Now, let us open our eyes and get to know this legend objectively.
  Who is the Scorpion King? To locate a historical figure, the easiest way is to use time and place to cross the two clues, so that a coordinate can be formed. In terms of location, the Scorpion King was an Egyptian first, and all his activities did not leave the ancient land of Egypt. From the perspective of the times, the Scorpion King lived for a very long time. Although the Chinese gunpowder formula appeared in the Hollywood Scorpion King movie, it was only fiction. In the Scorpion King’s era, gunpowder had not yet been invented.
  Most of the books about ancient civilizations in the world (including ancient Egyptian civilization) did not mention the character of Scorpion King, even if they were mentioned, they were often only a few words. You must ask: Who is the Scorpion King? Why are history books so indifferent to him? To answer this question, we have to start with how people know the Scorpion King.
  Manneto, known as the “Father of Ancient Egyptian History”, was an Egyptian priest around 300 BC. He wrote a book called “History”. In the book, Manetto divides the historical periods of ancient Egypt, and this method of division has been used to this day. According to Manneto’s division, the history of ancient Egypt is divided into 31 dynasties, beginning with the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. The man who united the originally divided Egypt was Menis, or Narmai. Then the first dynasty began. The pharaohs were Aha, Jhar, Jett, and Deng, but there was no trace of the Scorpion King.
  In 1898, a modern scholar named Quibel discovered a large number of cultural relics in the site of a temple in a place called Shirakanpori in Upper Egypt. Among these cultural relics is particularly eye-catching. This is a representative of royal power. The header of the scepter has since been unveiled the prelude to the prehistory of ancient Egypt-the first dynasty is not actually the earliest dynasty in Egypt, and more than one dynasty existed before that. But at that time, people were used to the division of 31 dynasties. If the original first king is moved backward, all subsequent dynasties will be moved backward in turn. For example, the 18th dynasty of the New Kingdom will become the 19th dynasty. This is too unaccustomed to researchers, so people came up with a solution: the 31 dynasties that have long been used to stay still, the dynasty before the 1st dynasty is called the 0th dynasty, and the dynasty before the 0th dynasty is called the 00th. dynasty.
  What is the sign of dividing the dynasty? It must at least have the existence of a large government close to unity, and the existence of a large government requires the existence of a king. The head of the scepter that Quibel found in the site of Shilakampori is a sign that the dynasty existed before the first dynasty. Its discovery not only allowed people to push the history of ancient Egypt forward by two dynasties, but also let people know the existence of a king. This king is the Scorpion King. He led the army to defeat all heroes and eventually unified most of Egypt. .
  The discovery of the Scorpion King’s scepter header is exciting. However, can it be concluded that the 0th Dynasty and the Scorpion King exist based on the carving on such a broken cobblestone header? How do we conclude that this cobblestone header belongs to an ancient Egyptian king? How do you know that he is a king?
  Most of the depictions in ancient Egyptian drawings are historical events. In these drawings, the kings of ancient Egypt often have five emblems: a crown, a scepter, a flail, a bull tail, and the “eye of the god”-the snake on the head of the king. In the embossed pattern on the head of the Scorpion King’s scepter, there is a man wearing a crown, tied with an oxtail, and followed by a servant. There are two signs on his head, one is a petal badge representing power, and the other It’s a scorpion. Therefore, people call him the Scorpion King.
  How could Scorpion King become a hero of ancient Egypt? To know the answer to this question, one needs to walk into the site where the header of the Scorpion King’s scepter was found and walk into this ancient city.
  This is a busy city, full of vitality and piety, the people are rich and proud, happy and smart. This is Shilakampori, the ancient Egyptians called it “Inner Mark”-the city of the Condor. Walking into Neihen City, you will be back more than 6000 years ago. In this birthplace of the earliest king of Egypt, both the main pit of the tomb and the murals of the tomb are typical of the early Mesopotamian style, so some people speculate that the ancient Egyptian civilization originated from Mesopotamia in Asia. However, although the city was heavily influenced by Mesopotamian civilization, the Scorpion King himself was an Egyptian.
  Is the Scorpion King important in history? Egypt became Egypt not because it had pyramids, but because its unity enabled this country to form a great civilization with great power. The Scorpion King is in the process of Egypt’s unification. Therefore, in a sense, the existence of the Scorpion King is more important than the existence of the King Khufu. Khufu left behind the immortal building-the pyramid, and the Scorpion King left to the future generations is the source of Egyptian civilization. Of course, there are still many questions to be further explored, including: Who unified Egypt? Narmai, the Scorpion King or Menis? Are they three people, two people, or one person? Is Narmai the Scorpion King? Is Menis Narmai? But in any case, the Scorpion King laid the tone of ancient Egyptian civilization. From then on, the history of ancient Egypt began the transition from a military leader to a god king.