Mysteries behind King Tutankhamun’s tomb Egypt.
King Tutankhamun was an Egyptian ruler during the period of Egyptian history. He ruled between 1332- 1323 BC. First of all, there are several mysteries behind Tutankhamun. There is a unique custom in Egypt to bury the dead. They preserved the skin and organs so that the body does not decompose. This process is known as mummification. The corpse is buried in an ornate coffin with jewels. Because the Egyptians believed that the corpse should enjoy the afterlife. Moreover, King Tut was also buried with the same process.
Certain unexplained theories behind his tomb.
The curse of Tutankhamun.
The tomb of Tutankhamun has a curse. First of all, this is the most popular rumor associated with Egyptian history. Because certain people died when the coffin was opened. Although there are several theories. However, it left enough curiosity among people who loved mysteries.
Hidden chambers behind Tut’s tomb.
Tutankhamun’s coffin was very huge. It had several chambers. However scientists are wondering whether there are hidden chambers behind the north and west walls of the tomb.
interiors of the coffin.
The design of Tutankhamun’s Tomb is typical of that of the kings of the 18th dynasty. At the entrance to the tomb, there is a flight of stairs leading to a short corridor. The first room is the antechamber. Here many of the household items for Tutankhamun’s voyage to eternity has found. At the far end is an opening that leads to the burial chamber. Two black sentry statues guard the chamber. This represents the soul. It also symbolizes the hope of rebirth.
The mysterious queen buried inside King Tut’s tomb.
Furthermore inside Tut’s tomb, scientists have discovered two new chambers. As a result, scientists are in a hope. It is about Queen Nefertiti, stepmother of Tutankhamun. As a result, the researchers hope that finding her corpse will help tourism in Egypt. Because tourists visited Egypt, after the discovery of Tutankhamun.