The Egyptian Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty, who led the period known as the "New Kingdom" and died at 18 yrs old. King Tut is now known to have feminine hips and a club foot and needed aid to stand and to walk around. Some say he was died from a chariot accident and malaria. Some say because of chest trauma they have seen on CT scans. He could been kicked by a horse or stomped on by a rhinosnorus during a hunting trip. Or was he killed because certain people did not want a weak, club footed king who was so young and would reign for years to come? Who knows. After years of bone studying, CT scans and forensics. What King Tut looked like. http://i.***************/i/pix/2014/10/20/1413803176021_wps_1_King_Tut_Scientists_produ.jpg A set up of what it exactly looked like when they entered his tomb and after life room. The well known King Tut burial mask King Tut's linen gloves. The King's golden slippers King Tut's chest where he would've kept his belongings One of his chariots found in his tomb. What might've been his royal chariot. A cribbage like game that belonged to King Tut. King Tut's chair A sword and shield that laid close to King Tuts room. Possibly what he carried while on his chariots. Found in his tomb. It was probably carried on the top of the kings staff during ceremonies. King Tut's walking stick King Tut's five gold rings and one of his ceremonial rings. King Tut Yes, he was club footed. Cue the Eric the Midget comments.