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Reaserch... Tutankamun Posted on 12-18-2003

LadyLike04
Buffalo, NY
Well... once again... i need to know what you guys think of a king. King Tutankamun. i just want to know if you guys think that her was murdered or did he die on accidental causes... but if you know nothing about this king... thanks anyway...
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NASDAQ_J replied on 12-18-2003 07:07PM [Reply]
Yeah, they set my man up....
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LadyLike04 from Buffalo, NY replied on 12-19-2003 07:53AM [Reply]

J-LIVE wrote:
Yeah, they set my man up....
what do you know about this guy... what made you say that he was murdered... who is "they"... can you give details please... that's the main thing i'm trying to find out... who **** him "if" he was murdered... why did they **** him? :arrow: :wink:
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replied on 12-23-2003 08:42PM [Reply]
I thought he died of sickness?
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LadyLike04 from Buffalo, NY replied on 01-05-2004 02:34PM [Reply]

African_Prince wrote:
I thought he died of sickness?
i thought that for a while... but then i read about jealousy of the thrown... he did infact have a head injury and and he could have been poisioned by his wife and then he could of hit his head on some thing... or he probably was hit in the head with something... i'm not sure and i really want to know... :arrow:
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Mr.228 replied on 01-06-2004 12:06AM [Reply]
We read The **** of King Tut in History... evidence clearly indicates that he was murdered by his cheif priest, I forget the fellows name. They actually found hieroglyphs which forshadowed his death. One of them has the picture of Tut's body laying in a coffin.. and an instrument is being inserted into his nose by the HIGH PREIST... however, Egyptian tradition reveals that only the SUCCESSOR is supposed to do this job... Does the high priest want to be the Successor..DUH yes!!! Ironically, the night of his death, his guards were called off duty by the high priest.. aint dat some shyt!!!! Tut was plotted against by both his cheif priest and his top general whos name was Heromheb... His wife/ half-sister Ankhesenamen was "mysteriously" murdered as well. She was supposed to marry a Hittite prince, however, Horemheb hated Hittites so bad that he refused to be under the rule of one, therefore, he **** the young prince. Tut's cheif priest, come to find out, apparently made a deal with the Hittite king to give the First Lady to his son, in exchange for royal entreaties. The book both objects and defends the notion that TUT was ****.. But it finally revealed that he was a woeful **** to a mysterious and intriguing **** plot. I am not really into Egyptian history, but this book was so damn good. You all should read it. Dang, i feel smart!!
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LadyLike04 from Buffalo, NY replied on 01-06-2004 07:46PM [Reply]

XUgentleman wrote:
We read The **** of King Tut in History... evidence clearly indicates that he was murdered by his cheif priest, I forget the fellows name. They actually found hieroglyphs which forshadowed his death. One of them has the picture of Tut's body laying in a coffin.. and an instrument is being inserted into his nose by the HIGH PREIST... however, Egyptian tradition reveals that only the SUCCESSOR is supposed to do this job... Does the high priest want to be the Successor..DUH yes!!! Ironically, the night of his death, his guards were called off duty by the high priest.. aint dat some shyt!!!! Tut was plotted against by both his cheif priest and his top general whos name was Heromheb... His wife/ half-sister Ankhesenamen was "mysteriously" murdered as well. She was supposed to marry a Hittite prince, however, Horemheb hated Hittites so bad that he refused to be under the rule of one, therefore, he **** the young prince. Tut's cheif priest, come to find out, apparently made a deal with the Hittite king to give the First Lady to his son, in exchange for royal entreaties. The book both objects and defends the notion that TUT was ****.. But it finally revealed that he was a woeful **** to a mysterious and intriguing **** plot. I am not really into Egyptian history, but this book was so damn good. You all should read it. Dang, i feel smart!!
thank you for the info i will soon look into this.... you just helped me a great deal in my project.... and yes you are smart.... :arrow: :wink:
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LadyLike04 from Buffalo, NY replied on 01-07-2004 01:06PM [Reply]

just a quick questions for XUgentleman.... is that the title of the book or was that one of the lessions in your text book in history class. and if it is a book... do you know who the author is?
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Mr.228 replied on 01-09-2004 06:39PM [Reply]
that was the name of the book The **** of King Tut: A True Story By Bob Brier oh yea... the chief priest's name was Aye
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Afro-American replied on 01-09-2004 07:20PM [Reply]
well you should also check if your local library has any discovery movies about tut, especially ones made in i believe 2001 2002...anyways there was a special i watched on discovery in that time period about that issue..and it was said that tut was murdered because he had a small hole in his head, that was almost perfectly drilled, like a drill was stuckdirectly in his head, the scientists said that to make a hole like that, someone would have to either stick a drill like object in his head quickly, because if he fell on an object like that then it would have caused more blatant, sporadic fracture points than the fine, linear ones that were surrounding it..
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