King Tut: Pharaoh from dynasty 18 in the New Kingdom. His reign about nine years just. He was the son of Amenhotep III and Tiye, meanwhile, some scholars said that he was the son of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten). After the death of Amenhotep IV, the new capital Amarna lost its value in the reign of Tutankhamun. His tomb in the valley of the kings where most of the pharaohs's tombs found.
King Tut was guided by his vizier Ay. That vizier was the brother of Queen Tiye, and he married one of the 6 daughters of king Akhenaten, that is to confirm his claim to the throne. With that the scholars suggest that the vizier Ay was the murder of king Tutankhamen, also he may be the murder of the Hittite prince and his wife Ankhesenamen. And because Horemheb followed king Ay to the throne of Egypt. Some scholars suggest that king Horemheb who order with kill the prince of the Hittite kingdom, and other scholars believed that Horemheb also killed Tutankhamen himself.
When the scholars study and check the mummy and burial chamber of King Tut, they found clues, that make the one think in unnatural death for the king. Was King Tut murdered or died naturally as any other person? Who is the murder, why he killed the Pharaoh?
After hard work in searching, the great scholar Carter is finally able to give good news that he has found the tomb of king Tutankhamen. While he attempts to discover the mysteries of the hieroglyphs inside the tomb and artifacts, the suspenses story of Tutâ€™s political struggle emerges. As the young king challenges the authority of his official, vizier Aye and the military man Horemheb, the two man accused as the murder the King so that one of them hope to succeed him as leaders.With the success of Carter turns bittersweet when rumors of King Tutâ€™s curse spread. When his yellow canary is eaten by the snake cobra. The complete story at King Tut (1334-1325 BC)
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