King Tut's New Face

King Tut Mummy in Tomb (Egypt)
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Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass looks on as the 3,300-year-old mummy of King Tutankhamun is prepared for CT scanning in a specially equipped van on January 5, 2005.

Detailed scans found no physical evidence of murder, Hawass said afterwards. But the scans did reveal unusual features, including a broken leg, which some experts think may have led to the boy king's death.

Read the story about what the CT scan revealed.
—Photograph by Kenneth Garrett, copyright National Geographic Society
 
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