I’m writing about King Tut. I asked my fellow students if they knew him and they replied “who’s that?” I was surprised that most people didn’t know him. I decided to write about him because out of all the famous dead people, he is the most familiar to me.
I found it surprising that Egyptians thought the only purpose of the brain is to keep the ears apart and the heart did all the thinking. This is funny, maybe because they rely on their feelings to control their actions.
King Tut died because of malaria and a dead, broken leg.
King Tut could have been saved with surgery we have today to fix his broken leg and stop it from dying. The main reason he died was because he caught Malaria. It could have been cured with Artemisinin, a sweet wormwood shrub that helps patients feel better within hours and allows them to recover within days. This is only one way of curing this disease. There is also a pill that could be used to cure malaria.