King Tut

By:Georgia Fox

Introduction

Since king tut was very young when he ruled Egypt kingdom, he probably did not have full reign over Egypt, and had powerful advisers watching over him. King tut also died at a very young age, which many reports suggest it was because of some genetic disease. So his childhood ended at the age of nine because he was to become king. But then again king tut did not have a very long adult year so, he really did have a very long life. In this article you will find the importance of King Tut

What King Tut did

He needed to decide what religion everybody followed. So many people counted on king tut to make the right decision. His powerful advisers always interfered with this decision, So he commanded to have a month to eat nothing but bread,water and wine. In that time I decided that king tut should let families decide together as a group, as long as the whole family follows that religion for years to come.

Quote

“Never do what my father did.” That is what it said on King Tut tomb. It was all in hieroglyphics, so it was meant to not be unscrambled by his enemy if they ever found his tomb. That quote means that you should be respectful, and successful unlike Tut's father. He was the most unsuccessful king to ever live.

Quick facts

NAME: Three King

OCCUPATION:King

BIRTH DATE: c. 1341 BCE

DEATH DATE: c. 1323 BCE

PLACE OF BIRTH: Egypt

PLACE OF DEATH: Egypt

ORIGINALLY: Tutankhamen

AKA: Tutankhamen

AKA: King Tut

AKA: The Boy King of Egypt

AKA: The Boy King

AKA: The Boy Pharaoh

Conclusion

King Tut was very important to the religion, and had quite the 27 years. Without him Egypt would still be speaking hebrew. And believing in the dead.