Using more than 1,700 high-resolution CT-scanner images of King Tut’s mummy, scientists have been able to give King Tut a face, finally. The above image is the reconstructed face of King Tut.
For more information on King Tut, see the following:
Technology unlocks more King Tut mysteries
National Geographic article: King Tut, Unraveling the mystery
BBC article: Face to Face with Tutankhamun
Science Daily Article: The Fresh Face of King Tut
De Young Museum Photo Gallery: Exhibition Preview (Photos of King Tut’s Treasure)
National Geographic: Photo Gallery (More photos of King Tut’s treasure)
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>If anyone wants to know what King Tut looks like please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org There were two life size accurate statues of him in his tomb, which are difficult to find because the Egyptian gov't is into disinformation.
>Wow! This is really interesting. Thanks for doing such great research.