There has always being a fascination in the mysteriousland of Egypt. Civilization is Ancient Egyptian has always being an event ofmystery, and one event that is particularly still perplexing laymen andacademics alike. The death of the young pharaoh, Tutankhamen has to be verymysterious. There have been several theories being suggested to have solved themysterious death of Tutankhamen.
People believed the young pharaoh was murderedwhiles others strongly imposes it’s a natural cause of death. The most validand acceptable information available has evolved by going through this theory. CT scan reports of Tutankhamen’s mummy has revealedthat the young pharaoh had a broken leg and was somehow injured few days beforehis death also Tutankhamen ascended the throne of such confusion with politicalchaos and immediately became vulnerable to murder. (“THE DEATH OR MURDEROF KING TUT”,n.
d.). But who couldhave to be the murderer?The answer to this puzzle might be AY because modernresearch shows that one of his chief candidates who were in a queue to acquirethe might reign of the Egyptian empire. Document to support the fact that Aywas a power-mongering individual and a greedy one ascending the throne quicklyafter the death of Tutankhamen historically support the theory murderhypothesis (“Did Ay Kill King Tut?”, n.d.) As Tutankhamen’s chiefadvisor, Ay family member and Vizier would have close a contact withTutankhamun. They would have probably spend a lot of time together alone. Aywould have killed or gotten the opportunity to kill King Tut if he hadwanted”(“Did Ay Kill King Tut?”, n.
d.), but considering allthese murder facts theory seems to be the best explanation of Tutankhamen’smysterious death. In conclusion, modern historical documents and modern forensicsupport, all fact that Tutankhamen’s death was not a natural one and waseventually murdered to appease the greed of ant one who wanted thepower-mongers and to is assumed in the position of pharaoh. Any research piecesof information and studies revealed through historical documents points towardsAy to be the perpetrator behinds the murder of King Tut.