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British scientists have established that the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun died under the wheels of a war chariot. They created three-dimensional computer model of the mummy of the 20-year-old ruler and managed find out exactly what injuries caused the death.
A wheel drove on the left side of the body of the pharaoh, he died on location. Tutankhamun’s injuries are very similar to those that receive people caught under the wheels of a car, ITAR-TASS.
The mummy of Tutankhamun was found in 1922. Egyptian pharaoh passed away in the 14th century BC at the age of 20 after 9 years of reign Egypt. Previously, scientists put forward several hypotheses about the death of an ancient ruler, among whom was malaria or murder.
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