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  • Tamanika (Zellis) Shedwin

    McCarter Biology - King Tut: DNA Secrets of Incest & Genetic Disease by Tory

  • Gayla Jens

    Is this the true face of Tutankhamun? This silicone-skinned bust is billed as the most accurate forensic reconstruction ever of ancient Egypt's Pharaoh Tutankhamun. It was based on recent 3-D CT scans of the mummy of the "boy king," who is believed to have been about 19 when he died some 3,300 years ago.

  • Kaatje Rutten

    Egypt's boy king Tutankhamun in 1323 BC

  • Meghana Manjunath

    The facial reconstruction of Tutankhamun- This one image, in my opinion, is the coming together of art, animation and gaming technology where they took the mummy of Tutankhamun and reconstructed his face as it would have been. This image always mesmerises me for no known reason every time I look at it.

  • Lara Curl

    Male makeup in Ancient Egyptian times

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