King Tut died of a combination of malaria and a bone disorder, new DNA analysis reveals.
An astonishingly lifelike facial reconstruction reveals the face of an enigmatic mummy who may have been the biological father of the renowned pharaoh Tutankhamen.
Inside All About History 122: Discover what Tutankhamun, boy king of Egypt, was really like.
South American mummies were likely brutally murdered 1,000 years ago, and the evidence is still preserved today, a new study finds.
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