January 2005
Weekly Reader News - Senior;1/7/2005, Vol. 83 Issue 15, p4
Speculates on the cause of Egyptian King Tutankhamen's death. Findings of the X-rays that were taken of the pharaoh during the 1960s; Potential suspects if the king was murdered; View of archaeologists on the king's death.


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