August 27, 2012
Mystery of King Tut's death solved?
By Matthew Rosenbaum | ABC News – Fri, Sep 14, 2012
The mystery of King Tut's death might finally be solved, according to one scientist who argues that the secret to the young pharaoh's demise is hidden in plain sight.
Dr. Hutan Ashrafian, a lecturer and surgeon at the Imperial College London, says the key to the mystery lies in the art from the period, which depicted King Tut with highly feminine features, including enlarged breasts.
The enlarged breasts, he argues, are indicative of a condition known as gynecomastia, which, when added to a host of historical and familial evidence, indicates that Tutankhamun might have suffered and eventually died from temporal lobe epilepsy.
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August 27, 2012
forgot about this ........ well let me tell you.
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There are many many claims about what killed Tutankhamun.
from Incest to Malaria, Epilepsy, to dying from complications from a broken leg.
I think the old fashion murder hypothesis is the right one is the right one.
because none of the others account for the massive hole in the back of his head.
His uncle killed him we all knows it.
& that is why his burial was rushed & artifacts hurried into his tomb as his own was not yet started or finished.
As he died way to early for any of that to be finished by the time of his death.
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