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BY RAY BLACK King Tut was an ancient Egyptian king or pharaoh. He was only nine when he became pharaoh. King Tut was important because he was the king of Egypt for nine years. King tut was important because of his tomb he had jewels, gold, and other fantastic treasures. He was the youngest pharaoh to rule Egypt. King Tut was eighteen when he died. King Tut has affected the modern world by allowing archaeologists to understand the Egyptian world and time. King Tut did not have any kids because he died so early. However, after he died his wife had two daughters with another man. Scientist said that he may have died from a hip injury that got infected. http://www.2.fi.edu/tut/exhibit_info.html Woods, Michel and Mary B. Woods. The Tomb of King Tutankhamen: Unearthing Ancient Worlds. Learning Publishing Group Inc.: Minneapolis, MN. 2008. (pgs 8-10 13 15).
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