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Scanning Tut

Scanning Tut

The 3,300-year-old mummy of King Tutankhamun was prepared for CT scanning Wednesday. Scientists hope the three-dimensional images produced by the scan will help them learn about King Tut's royal lineage, his actual age, now estimated at 17, and how he died. The photo to the left shows Dr. Zahi Hawass (center) checking Tut's mummy in the tomb at Luxor as it is prepared for the CT scan. Read more at National Geographic(1).
Photo: Associated Press

1. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/01/0106_050106_tut_scan.html

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