Scientists solve 100-year-old ‘pharaoh’s curse’

Scientists debunk the ‘Curse of the Pharaohs’ surrounding King Tut’s tomb, attributing deaths to radiation exposure, not supernatural forces. High levels of radiation within the tomb may have caused health issues, challenging long-held beliefs. Elevated radiation levels observed in other Egyptian sites suggest widespread exposure. Cryptic warnings in tombs may have referred to radiation hazards, not curses. This revelation highlights the importance of scientific investigation in dispelling myths and understanding historical dangers.

​Scientists debunk the ‘Curse of the Pharaohs’ surrounding King Tut’s tomb, attributing deaths to radiation exposure, not supernatural forces. High levels of radiation within the tomb may have caused health issues, challenging long-held beliefs. Elevated radiation levels observed in other Egyptian sites suggest widespread exposure. Cryptic warnings in tombs may have referred to radiation hazards, not curses. This revelation highlights the importance of scientific investigation in dispelling myths and understanding historical dangers. 

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