In the Tomb of the Tutankhamun.!

Before you read this post please read the “The story of Tutankhamun, Egypt’s youngest ruler!”

It was the dawn of November 1922.

 After excavations from the 4th, the staircase was cleared from the sandy limestone soil until the staircase, and the tombstone, which we noted earlier, emerged from the historic gateway after three thousand years. Howard Carter, an Englishman, was walking toward it with a Crowbar, one with fear in his eyes and another in a lowered eyes, allowing the events to appear. And all the people were watching, and looking at their eyes, not knowing where they were. Among them was Lord Carnarvon, who carried this heavy task, as well as his twenty-one-year-old daughter Evelyn Herbert With the concept of statehood Carter quickly realizes that the gate was locked by an unbroken seal, but after careful inspection,

the seal was broken twice and then sealed again with the seal open and the door open, he entered a dark corridor, and he felt the stagnant old air, which felt like a collapsed lung, immediately follow the spacious corridor. Setting aside a few feet, he instructed the others in the head, four to five entering the corridor, one after another. Moving forward a few meters, they encountered the second gateway,

where they saw the seal breaking at least twice. Carter did not rush to open the gate, but instead made a sufficient hole in the door and lit a candle in front of it. Something hot air came out, and he saw the candles light up and close to quenching. He thanked himself for not opening the door at once and letting the heavy gas stream out of the hole for a short time and kept his eye on the hole. He was straggling for three thousand years.

Carter pulled out his eye in a moment and looked into the darkness with the utmost effort, Everywhere I looked, I was dumbfounded for a moment, wondering if this was gold. When impatient, Carnarvon asked if he could see anything of Carter, he replied with an eternal, immortal sentence.

“Yes! Wonderful things,” he said. Lord Carnarvon understood everything in the tone of his reply and smiled with a happy smile knowing that his money was not wasted.

 The second door opened. It was a large, single square chamber, and we call it the ‘main chamber.’ In the center of it, there was three great couch. It is not difficult for anyone who has studied Egyptian history to understand that they are dead and embalmed. The head of the first seat had carved a lion, the second a wolf, the third a lion and a crocodile, and a mythical creature with a hippo body. Four chariot-style chariots were set up by the kings in the four corners of the chamber, one for hunting, one for war, and the other for royal ceremonies. Among them were a large pile of gold boxes, which contained all of the king’s weapons, swords, daggers, and royal garments and a large number of sticks (130). In addition, each box was filled with musical instruments and two beautiful trumpets.


It is considered to be the oldest piece of brass item in human history. The storeroom was filled with more than 700 items. 

Three-dimensional arrangement of the tomb.

Carter spent about three months in the facility. After all the items were sorted then he came to the next chamber on February 16, 1923, which was clearly the morgue.The chamber was almost full, and there was another small chamber of wood. In the chamber was another similarly sized wooden chamber, which, after four small chambers, was a large closed stone crate of 2.9m × 1.4m, made of granite rock. The life story of King Tutankhamun depicted on the walls of small wooden chambers,

and the finally funeral of the king was shown as the death of the king and his ascent into the world of death.

The large granite cabin was truly a coffin. Its four corners were painted in four colors and sealed with a stone lid. On February 12, 1924, the Great Granite Lid was lifted and the casket was opened, and there was another coffin. They are wonderful caskets. Finally, after three small coffins of this kind, one of the smallest coffins were found, the last elaborate coffin weighing 110 kilograms. Inside it was the mummified body of Tutankhamun, whose head was covered with a gold-made mask of 11 kg. The beautiful golden upper lip that comes to mind today is the mask that covered the head.   


The turban’s mummified body, covered in a gold mask, showed a burning style, not more than 5 ft 6 inches tall It was an ugly mummy with a face that had black legs and large teeth. There was an open door next to this crematorium, and we could call it the treasure chamber. It contained the king’s wealth, and there were 5,000 different kinds of goods. There were also two small coffins of its magnificent form, and two mummified highly embroidered embryos. Later, DNA tests confirmed the birth of the baby. It says whether dead or deformed, it was an asset to him.

 In addition to these three chambers, there was one more chamber in the tomb, which was opened by one side door of the precinct. It was filled with wine and spirits filled with gold jars, exquisite perfumes preserved in sculptured bowls, luxurious oils in heaps of metal jars, and refined food and drinks. The chamber was under attack by treasure hunters. It was suspected that the poor treasure hunter had stolen perfumes and oils that he could easily sell since most of the jars were empty. Probably after this, the kingdom may have filled it and sealed the gates again. The tomb, the 62nd tomb of the valley of the kings, rested 3000 years and was very small compared to the tombs of other kings.

 Most of the items were stacked up rather than packed together.It was also clearly seen that his golden mask, which was the emblem of the Holy One, was made for someone else and was used instead of a new mask. With all these factors, we can infer that the death of the Thuthan had ended with an immediate burial.

 Why did Tutankhamun die at the age of 18? It has been a problem throughout history, and with the discovery of the tomb, answers to them have often been found. There was a clear split in the mummified skull, and it was suspected that Tuton’s death was probably caused by a blunt instrument from behind the head. However, over time, the use of CT equipment and DNA technology for archeology has begun. There, it was confirmed that the attack on the head was clearly a post-mortem.

Instead, new evidence was added. There was also evidence that CT’s technique involved breaking a bone in the left jaw of a young man’s leg while he was still alive. On top of all of that, a few different malaria species were found in the body of the young man. A final decision was taken after considering all these. There, he often fell off a chariot and suffered a major injury to his leg and a thigh bone. It was also determined that she was suffering from severe malaria before recovering. The mystery of the deaths of the Tutankhamunas over the centuries has been solved, and it is unlikely that anyone would be able to come up with new facts. I think the

Uncertainly of Archeology, is the beauty of it.

 While we have solved the problem of his death, we have a story of the great curse. Until then, I have opened the tomb of the Tutankhamun to see in a dream. comment below and send us your idea

1 thought on “In the Tomb of the Tutankhamun.!”

  1. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I
    find this matter to be actually something that I think I would never
    understand. It seems too complicated and very broad
    for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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