An international team of scientists led by the head of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities has put forward a new version of the causes of the death of King Tut. According to the researchers, the famous Egyptian pharaoh had cleft palate, clubfoot and greatly moved, leaning on a cane. The young ruler of Egypt, died of gangrene, resulting from an open leg fracture, and malaria, which gave a complication of the brain. These results gave the DNA testing and CT scan of his mummy.
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