King Tut died 3,000 years ago and ruled Eygpt from 1333-1324 BC. His tomb was packed with gold and treasures, and numerous X-rays since his discovery revealed that he was hit on the skull by a foreign object, but today his face is shrivelled in a black face and body. Getting to the Roots of this man's history has been a lifelong project for some, yet only 50 people have seen the face of the famous King since discovering his tomb 85 years ago. Archaeologists are putting him on public display for the first time,  placing him in a temperature-controlled case, King Tut's remains will be showcased in Luxor's Valley of the Kings. According to his computer generated image, he doesn't look much different than kids of this day and age, what's wrong with a little eyeliner?

 

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