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[November 11 AFP] the dead body of the ツタン car man (Tutankhamun) king of ancient Dynasties of Ancient Egypt, English scientists’ research findings it is supposed that were burned with spontaneous combustion by the clumsiness of mummification Ten days, English television and a channel 4 (Channel 4) documentary program “Tutankhamun : it was broadcast as The Mystery of The Burnt Mummy(man [ a ツタン car ]: mystery of burnt mummy).”
The team which consists of ? Egyptologist’s Mr. Chris Naunton (Chris Naunton) and forensic pathologists carries out “virtual inquest” to man [ which was young Pharaoh (ancient Egypt king) / a ツタン car ].
When a king’s piece of meat is inspected chemically, a king’s mummy says that it was checked that it was burned in the state where it was sealed in the coffin.
According to Mr. ? Naunton, memo writing of a great quantity which Mr. English archaeologist Howard Carter (Howard Carter) left became a key of research.
Although these memos are “the mountains of the precious article of archaeological information”, it is said that a follow-up survey of the many is not conducted once.
“Tut-Ankh-Amun’s mummy has almost been overlooked about the necessity of grasping the strange state, although greatly observed since ancient times.”
Mr. ? Naunton “from a possibility that clumsiness occurred in the mummy and the process of mummification which were carbonized, after burying Tut-Ankh-Amun’s dead body, it reached the conclusion that it ignited spontaneously soon.
It is being said that this is a completely unexpected new fact.”
? Tut-Ankh-Amun died at the 19 years-old time, after reigning [ by 1333?B.C. 24 ] for ten years.
The grave of the king’s nearly perfect condition where a golden coffin, a mask, etc. were stored was discovered by an English archaeologist, Mr. Howard Carter, and Sir George Carnarvon (George Carnarvon) in 1922.
It is clear by a DNA inspection and CAT that the king suffered from serious malaria and to have had trouble with one’s pigeon toe in ? 2010.
? Tut-Ankh-Amun’s mummy is exhibited in Luxor (Luxor) in Egypt.