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Transcript of NARRABEEN MAN
WHERE WERE THEY
He was found in 2005 under the bustop on the corner of Octavia and Ocean street in North Narrabeen, NSW Australia.
Narrabeen man was found underground when contractors were digging a trench to install cable wires.
On November 4, 1922 King Tut was dicovered in Egypt, the Valley of the kings, by Howard Carter.
While clearing away some ancient huts, one of Howard Carter's employee found a hidden step which led into King Tut's tomb where the King was found.
WHEN DID THEY DIE?
Died 4000 years ago in 2000 B.C.E
He was about 30 - 40 years old when he passed away.
Died 3,300 years ago in 1323 B.C.E
He was only 19 years old when he passed away.
HOW DID THEY DIE?
He was murdered by few tribal members of his descent.
He died a slow and painful death as several Aboriginal death spears were used to kill him.
There were many injuries found in his body and his head was not connected to his spine.
Suffered an accidental death.
He died from malaria and also he had a fractured left leg, which later on became infected and contributed to his death.
WHAT WAS THEIR LIFE LIKE?
He lived along the beach.
When he was found there were fish bones in his stomach which considered him to have marine diet.
He became the ruler at a very young age.
When he was just 8-9 years old the throne exchange ceremony took place.
His tomb reveals that in his leisure time he enjoyed playing board games, swimming and hunting.
HOW WERE THEY PRESERVED?
His body was not preserved as he was a victim of a brutal murder.
Few skeleton remains and remains of his vertebral column is all that was left of him
Mummification was the process used to preserve king Tut's body.
Mummification process took 70 days; 15 days for cleansing body, 40 days for drying and another 15 days for wrapping, bandaging and painting the body.
RETURN OF HUMAN REMAINS?
Remains lying under care in Sydney University's Shellshear museum.
Remains can be found in Kings Tomb (KV62) in Egypt, at the Valley of Kings.
Both discoveries are in the cities that they were found in.
Discovered in 2005.
Found under bus stop.
30 - 40 yrs old when he died.
Body not preserved.
Discovered in 1922.
Found in tomb.
19 years old when he died.
His body is preserved.
GITA AND RUMI
ARCHAELOGICAL EVIDENCE DISCOVERED?