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King Tut

Summary: Explores the life of ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, King Tut. Describes his early life and rise to power. Details the mystery of his death and the discovery of his tomb.
King Tut became a pharaoh when he was about nine or ten years old. He reigned from 1361-1352 BC. This was during the eighteenth dynasty. He married when he was about nine or ten years old. His wife was a little older than he was, as research shows she was of child-bearing age. During his short life as a pharaoh he had a happy marriage. King Tut and his wife had no children. He died when he was around eighteen or nineteen years old.

King Tutankhamen may have spent his younger years in Amarna. It is thought that maybe King Tut's mother died during child-birth. His father Akhenaten ruled Egypt and established a new religion based around the worship of just one god (monotheism) represented by the Aten or sun disk. Akhenaten died when King Tut was around nine or ten years old. King Tut became the pharaoh...

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