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Tut's parents were siblings! DNA confirmed this mummy is both the mother of King Tut and the sister of Tut's father Akhenaten. Her name is unknown.

Unmasked: The real faces of the crippled King Tutankhamun (who walked with a cane) and his incestuous parents

Tut's parents were siblings! DNA confirmed this mummy is both the mother of King Tut and the sister of Tut's father Akhenaten. Her name is unknown.

Gold finger-ring set with lapis lazuli scarab; name of Intef on base.       Lapis lazuli     gold -      17th Dynasty. Egypt,Thebes

Gold finger-ring set with lapis lazuli scarab; name of Intef on base. Lapis lazuli gold - 17th Dynasty. Egypt,Thebes

Finger Ring with Frog, c. 1353-1337 BC Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten gold. Cleveland Museum of Art

Finger Ring with Frog, c. 1353-1337 BC Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Akhenaten gold. Cleveland Museum of Art

Ear stud (Nubian, Meroitic Period, 100–320) Sudan, Nubia, Meroe; Gold, enamel

Ear stud (Nubian, Meroitic Period, 100–320) Sudan, Nubia, Meroe; Gold, enamel

This necklace was originally found on the mummy of Psusennes I. cairo egyptian museum-heavy gold necklace of Psusennes I-JE 85751a_B-CEM-30-08 09 007; gold, lapis lazuli; H. 6.2cm; 21st Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period.

This necklace was originally found on the mummy of Psusennes I. cairo egyptian museum-heavy gold necklace of Psusennes I-JE 85751a_B-CEM-30-08 09 007; gold, lapis lazuli; H. 6.2cm; 21st Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period.

The Ancient Sudan: (Society for the Promotion of the Egyptian Museum Berlin) Jewelry from the tomb of Queen Amanishakheto in Meroe

The Ancient Sudan: (Society for the Promotion of the Egyptian Museum Berlin) Jewelry from the tomb of Queen Amanishakheto in Meroe

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