• Like
  • Save
King Tut Stella 6A
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

King Tut Stella 6A

  • 2,074 views
Published

The presentation of King Tut by Stella.

The presentation of King Tut by Stella.

Published in Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
  • thanks this power point helped me for my history h.w
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
2,074
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
1
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. King Tutankhamun Stella Jung 6A
  • 2. King Tutankhamun Stella Jung 6A
  • 3. King Tutankhamun This is the presentation of King Tut made by Stella Jung! Stella Jung 6A
  • 4. Iʼm pretty sure most of you have heard of King Tut on the news. Heʼs probably the most famous pharaoh in Egypt. But why? Well, itʼs not because he bravely fought in many wars or because he built pyramids. Itʼs because of his tomb!! His tomb had treasures of all sorts!! It was found by Howard Carter in 1922.
  • 5. Iʼm pretty sure most of you have heard of King Tut on the news. Heʼs probably the most famous pharaoh in Egypt. But why? Well, itʼs not because he bravely fought in many wars or because he built pyramids. Itʼs because of his tomb!! His tomb had treasures of all sorts!! It was found by Howard Carter in 1922.
  • 6. Iʼm pretty sure most of you have heard of King Tut on the news. Heʼs probably the most famous pharaoh in Egypt. But why? Well, itʼs not because he bravely fought in many wars or because he built pyramids. Itʼs because of his tomb!! His tomb had treasures of all sorts!! It was found by Howard Carter in 1922. The head of the mummy of King Tut.
  • 7. King Tut was most likely born in the city of Akhenaten (present day Tell el-Amarna). (Akhenaten is believed to be King Tutʼs father or in any way related to him.)
  • 8. King Tut was most likely born in the city of Akhenaten (present day Tell el-Amarna). (Akhenaten is believed to be King Tutʼs father or in any way related to him.)
  • 9. King Tut was most likely born in the city of Akhenaten (present day Tell el-Amarna). (Akhenaten is believed to be King Tutʼs father or in any way related to him.)
  • 10. King Tut was most likely born in the city of Akhenaten (present day Tell el-Amarna). (Akhenaten is believed to be King Tutʼs father or in any way related to him.) Map shows about where Tell el-Amarna.
  • 11. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 12. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 13. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 14. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 15. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born 9 at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 16. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born 9 at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 17. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 18. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 19. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 20. Fact #1 When Tut was crowned and Tut’s death. (New Kingdom) King Tut was born 18 at about 1341 B.C. King Tut was king of Egypt from about 1332 B.C. until his death around 1322 B.C. He was made king at about the age of 9. He probably had a lot of assistance from Ay, his vizier (minister of state). King Tut is believed by historians to have died at about the age of 18.
  • 21. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 22. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 23. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 24. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 25. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 26. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 27. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 28. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 29. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 30. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 31. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Akhenaten Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 32. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Akhenaten Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 33. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Kiya Akhenaten Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 34. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Akhenaten Kiya Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 35. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Ankhesenamun Akhenaten Kiya Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 36. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Ankhesenamun Akhenaten Kiya Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 37. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Ankhesenamun Akhenaten Kiya Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 38. Fact #2 Tut’s family. Ankhesenamun Akhenaten Kiya Theories of King Tut’s relatives: 1. He was Ankhetaten’s son. 2. He was Ankhetaten’s brother, cousin, or son in- law. 3. Kiya, another wife of Ankhetaten was his mother. 4. He was married to his half-sister, Ankhesenamun, one of the six daughters of Queen Nefertiti.
  • 39. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) had made Aten the main god of Egypt. He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 40. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) had made Aten the main god of Egypt. He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 41. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) had made Aten the main god of Egypt. He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 42. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) You must had made Aten the main god of Egypt. worship He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the !! living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 43. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) You must had made Aten the main god of Egypt. worship He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the !! living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 44. Fact #3 Religion Akhenaten(ruled Egypt from 1353 B.C. to 1335 B.C. which is the New Kingdom) You must had made Aten the main god of Egypt. worship He wanted the Egyptians to stop believing in Amun the sun god and other traditional gods. But many Egyptians and itʼs powerful priests rejected the belief of Aten. After four years since he became king, King Tutankhaten(meaning: the !! living image of Aten or the life of Aten is pleasing.) changed his name to Tutankhamun and rehabilitated Egyptʼs old religion.
  • 45. Fact #4 How did King Tut die? King Tutʼs cause of death is natural causes, nothing like being murdered. The cause of his death is that he died of gangrene, which was caused by a broken leg. It was nothing life-threatening when he was wounded, but because it left an open wound, it could have been dangerously infected. Since King Tut liked to hunt, it couldʼve happened when he was hunting. Another cause with the broken leg is that he had malaria. Before this info, King Tut was believed to have been killed by a blow to the back of the head. But because of recent medical imaging, we know that is not true. The hole at the head is thought to be made from the embalming process.
  • 46. Fact #4 How did King Tut die? King Tutʼs cause of death is natural causes, nothing like being murdered. The cause of his death is that he died of gangrene, which was caused by a broken leg. It was nothing life-threatening when he was wounded, but because it left an open wound, it could have been dangerously infected. Since King Tut liked to hunt, it couldʼve happened when he was hunting. Another cause with the broken leg is that he had malaria. Before this info, King Tut was believed to have been killed by a blow to the back of the head. But because of recent medical imaging, we know that is not true. The hole at the head is thought to be made from the embalming process.
  • 47. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 48. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 49. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 50. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 51. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 52. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 53. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 54. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 55. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 56. Fact #5 King Tut’s tomb
  • 57. Six Characteristics of Civilization A system of government that directs and controls some actions of the members of the society. King Tut was part of a system of government because he was king. He had a vizier named Ay who helped him rule Egypt. He is believed to be related to Akhenaten in some way which means he was born in a royal line. He restored Egypt’s old religion which means he took control of the religion in Egypt too. A religious system, which might include priests and temples. King Tut restored Egypt’s original religion, which was worshipping Amun and other gods. Before that, Akhenaten declared that all of Egypt must worship Aten. Of- course, the people of Egypt denied and among those people were powerful priests. King Tut’s original name was a name worshipping Aten, but he changed it to Tutankhamun.
  • 58. Six Characteristics of Civilization A system of government that directs and controls some actions of the members of the society. King Tut was part of a system of government because he was king. He had a vizier named Ay who helped him rule Egypt. He is believed to be related to Akhenaten in some way which means he was born in a royal line. He restored Egypt’s old religion which means he took control of the religion in Egypt too. A religious system, which might include priests and temples. King Tut restored Egypt’s original religion, which was worshipping Amun and other gods. Before that, Akhenaten declared that all of Egypt must worship Aten. Of- course, the people of Egypt denied and among those people were powerful priests. King Tut’s original name was a name worshipping Aten, but he changed it to Tutankhamun.
  • 59. Six Characteristics of Civilization A system of government that directs and controls some actions of the members of the society. King Tut was part of a system of government because he was king. He had a vizier named Ay who helped him rule Egypt. He is believed to be related to Akhenaten in some way which means he was born in a royal line. He restored Egypt’s old religion which means he took control of the religion in Egypt too. A religious system, which might include priests and temples. King Tut restored Egypt’s original religion, which was worshipping Amun and other gods. Before that, Akhenaten declared that all of Egypt must worship Aten. Of- course, the people of Egypt denied and among those people were powerful priests. King Tut’s original name was a name worshipping Aten, but he changed it to Tutankhamun.
  • 60. King Tut and today? Being King is kind of like being president. They both lead their country. Both need to prevent wars and keep the citizens in order. They also manage trade with other countries and make sure the country grows enough food for the people. Apart from that, I don’t think King Tut really relates to the society...
  • 61. So...King Tut... Is important to history because...(what I think) 1. Historians learned more about the Egyptians because of the things in his tomb. 2. Historians learned more about the royal line he was born in. 3. Because of scanning the mummy of King Tut, they could learn a little bit more about the embalming process that took place after a pharaoh died. But really, he is only famous because of his tomb...
  • 62. Images from: 1.http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/11_01/sarcophL0411_468x1385.jpg 2.http://www.temeridad.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/king-tut-skull11.jpg 3.http://z.about.com/d/africanhistory/1/0/L/J/TutankhamunExUpperEgyptStat.jpg 4.http://www.usu.edu/markdamen/1320Hist&Civ/slides/10akhen/ akhenaten4worshipingaten.jpg 5.http://wysinger.homestead.com/kiya.jpg 6.http://www.womenintheancientworld.com/Ankhesenamun_wearing_crown.GIF 7.http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/gods/explore/main.html 8.http://www.planetware.com/i/map/EGY/valley-of-kings-map.jpg 9.http://img.alibaba.com/photo/11003409/LCD_Television.jpg
  • 63. Information from: School Library Sources: http://www.ancienthistory.abc-clio.com/Home/Default.aspx http://www.worldbookonline.com/advanced/article?id=ar571760&st=king+tut (Books) Wonders of the World: King Tutʼs Tomb by Don Nardo Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs by Zahi Hawass Other: http://wysinger.homestead.com/kingtutankhamun.html http://answers.ask.com/Society/History/when_was_king_tut_born http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/node/882 http://www.drhawass.com/blog/video-curse-tutankhamun