sexta-feira, dezembro 19, 2008

King Tut's Father ID'd !!!


Hawass discovered the missing part of a broken limestone block a few months ago in a storeroom at el Ashmunein, a village on the west bank of the Nile some 150 miles south of Cairo.
Once reassembled, the slab has become "an accurate piece of evidence that proves Tut lived in el Amarna with Akhenaten and he married his wife, Ankhesenamun," while living in el Amarna, Hawass said

Can this be true?

Or is this just an excuse not to do DNA studies?

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