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Portrait length color image of Tutankhamen  aka.  King Tut, by George Stuart.
Text: Signature image of Tutankhamen  aka.  King Tut, by George Stuart.

Tutankhamem, His Relics are a Source of Knowledge About Ancient Egypt.

Tutankhamen, an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty was the son-in-law of Akhenaten. He ascended to the throne at the young age of 9 and died at 18. He first followed the religious cult of his wife and father-in-law, but later returned to worship the Priests of Amen, hence the last element of his name. His famously ornate burial was discovered in 1922.

Restorers' Comment: Body was completely resurfaced; many missing beads were replaced.


Left close up color image of Tutankhamen  aka.  King Tut, by George Stuart.

Right closup color image of Tutankhamen  aka.  King Tut, by George Stuart.

Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart.
Courtesy Hernandez- Monsanto.

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