Tutankhamen (1332-23BC) was only 18 when he died and, even though historians don’t believe he achieved anything of note during his short reign, he is the most famous pharaoh in history, thanks to Carter’s incredible discovery.
It was King Tut’s father, Amenhotep IV, who was arguably a more impressive pharaoh — he was the first ever monotheist when he decided to end the ancient Egyptian tradition of worshipping multiple Gods.
Instead, he settled for just one, known as Aten (the Sun).
Historians have debated for decades as to how King Tutankhamun died.
Material cold cast Bronze
measurement approx 21cmH x 18cmW x 16cm D