where is the pyramid of tutain khamain.?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    If you mean Tutankamun, he didn't have one. But his tomb is in the valley of the kings.

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  • 1 decade ago

    King Tut Ankhamun didnt live long enough to build a pyramid .

    he has a fantastic tomb in Luxur in the West Bank .

    his mummy and jewelry are in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo .

    if you come to Egypt , go to the Egyptian Musem and Luxor to encounter him and what is his .

  • 1 decade ago

    most famous of all the Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, yet he was a short lived and fairly insignificant ruler during a transitional period in history.

    Little was known of Tutankhamun prior to Howard Carters methodical detective work, but the discovery of his tomb and the amazing contents it held ultimately ensured this boy king of the Immortality he sought.

    It is believed that Akhenaten and a lesser wife named Kiya were the parents of Tutankhaten, as Tutankhamun was known at first.

    Soon after the deaths of Akhenaten and Smenkhkare, Tutankhaten became a Boy King at the age of about nine. He married a slightly older Ankhesenpaaten, one of the daughters of Akhenaten and Nefertiti.

    After the ousting of the Aten power base they changed their names to Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun to reflect the return to favour of the Amun hierarchy.

    Due to his young age, Tutankhamun would not have been responsible for the real decision making. This would have been handled by two high officials, Ay (possibly the father of Nefertiti) and Horemheb, commander-in-chief of the army.

    Sometime around the ninth year of Tutankhamun's reign, possibly 1325 B.C., he died. There is evidence of an injury to the skull that had time to partly heal. He may have suffered an accident, such as falling from his horse-drawn chariot, or perhaps he was murdered. No one knows. Ay oversaw Tutankhamun's burial arrangements which lasted 70 days.

    Due to Tutankhamun having no heirs, Ay became Pharaoh and took Ankhesenamun as his queen to legitimise his rule. What happened to her after that is not known. Ay ruled for only four years and after his death Horemheb grabbed power. He soon obliterated evidence of the reigns of Akhenaten, Tutankhamun and Ay and substituted his own name on many monuments

  • 1 decade ago

    his tomb is in the valley of the kings. If you do visit the Valley, make sure you climb onto the mountains. Spectacular view!

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  • 1 decade ago

    He doesn't have a Pyramid.

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