On October 28, 1925, experts unscrewed the lid of Egypt’s most famous coffin . This coffin belongs to pharaoh Tutankhamun . When looking inside, experts are extremely surprised, even overwhelmed.
In November 1922, the tomb of pharaoh Tutankhamun (also known as King Tut ) was discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Tutankhamun is considered the most famous king of ancient Egypt . Therefore, the coffin containing this king’s body is considered the most famous coffin.
King Tut was born around 1341 BC and ascended the throne in 1332 BC. At that time, he had just turned 9 years old. The reign of Tutankhamun is considered the greatest of all the dynasties in ancient Egypt.
The reason is because the pharaoh Tutankhamun had the merit of reforming the religious culture from the mistakes of his fa ther.
Three years after discovering the tomb, on October 28, 1925, experts opened the lid of the coffin of pharaoh Tutankhamun.
At that time, experts used a small hammer to open the coffin lid. When looking inside, people are surprised because Tutankhamun’s mummy has many special things.
One of them is that as soon as the coffin lid is opened, experts are extremely surprised when Tutankhamun’s mummy and coffin are wrapped in a layer of black liquid plastic.
After a period of research, experts speculate that the black liquid plastic layer may be the cause that once caused King Tut’s body to catch on fire.
Upon opening the entire mummy , experts performed several checks and discovered King Tut was buried without a heart (or alternative artefact, known as jewelry).
This is unlike any other Egyptian king in the 18th dynasty. Other royal members were mummified with their hearts intact in their bodies.
Until now, experts have not been able to decipher why King Tut was mummified and buried without a heart like other people.