Ultimate Tut

 (15)1 h 49 min2013
Ninety years ago, the greatest archaeological find in history was made in Egypt: the discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb and its golden treasures. But the real story has become shrouded in myth, with many mysteries unsolved to this day.
Sean Smith
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SnapplegirlReviewed in the United States on February 7, 2021
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This series, Secrets of the Dead, is usually excellent. I was happy to find this on Amazon. Well, imagine my chagrin when they started to talk about how Tut was a "warrior king" who was probably killed during a battle in a chariot accident. It has since been determined that poor Tut had a club foot, and scoliosis, and could not have possibly driven a chariot. I couldn't finish watching this; I was yelling at the screen too much.
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Rodney A CulverReviewed in the United States on February 28, 2021
1.0 out of 5 starsA lot of wrong information
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It seemed as if they came to a conclusion and then did the "research" to "prove it." Then they go off in multiple goose chases and tangents having nothing to do with Tut. Carter for example was responsible for the damage to Tut's ribcage and the disappearance of Tuts heart when prying off his chest plate, Tut had a club foot and walked with a cane making it impossible to even ride a chariot let alone lead a battle and his death was probably caused by falling during an epileptic seizure and breaking his frail bones that brought on gangrene. Totally disappointing.
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A. SnyderReviewed in the United States on February 9, 2021
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I enjoyed the new information concerning many unexplained questions I had about King Tut’s burial chamber, such as why it was so small, quickly prepared, and contained bacterial spores on the walls. Many excellent ideas why the tomb had not been completely raided like the others. Well worth watching!!
Kate!Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2021
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I enjoyed this. There was lots of new information and interesting detail
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