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  • Marlana Fury

    The facial reconstruction of King Tutankhamun ("Tut"), whose famous sarcophagus traveled far more than the “boy king” did in his 19-year lifetime, shows he had buckteeth, a receding chin, and a slim nose, according to 3D renderings of his mummy. His weird skull shape is just within range of normal and was probably genetic—his father, Akhenaten, had a similarly shaped head. Tut’s body also had a broken leg, indicating he may have died from falling off a horse or chariot.

  • Joanne Turner

    Is this the true face of Tut? 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.

  • Patricia Leng

    PRESS RELEASE May 2005 - King Tut Facial Reconstruction - Dr. Zahi Hawass - The Plateau - Official Website of Dr. Zahi Hawass - three independent attempts to reconstruct the face of Egypt’s most famous king, Tutankhamun.

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