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Table of Contents Acknowledgments Preface by Harold Bursztajn, M.D. Foreword by Dr. Joann Fletcher, Egyptologist, Great Britain Introduction by Don DeNevi Chapter One: Tutankhamen's Tomb: Inscrutable, Dismaying Tutankhamen in the Sunlight Chapter Two: An Invitation to Unravel an Ancient Riddle Chapter Three: Egypt: Where Old Paradoxes and New Personalities Meet Satisfying Our Itch for History Chapter Four: Tutankhamen's Tomb: Triumph Over Time Chronology of Main Events Chapter Five: Considering the First Clues: Using Victimology to Establish Tut's Lifestyle Victimology of Tutankhamen Background Information Our Approach to Investigative Analysis Chapter Six: It's Murder; Reasonable Suspicion Rules Out Death By Accident, Suicide or Natural Causes Suicide? Death by Natural Causes? By Accident? Murder? Chapter Seven: Zigzagging Across Egypt; Soaking Up the Sun, Listening to the Experts and Collecting Clues Chapter Eight: Two Cops in a Crypt; Tracking Four Main Suspects Chapter Nine: Amarna and Minya Amarna Chapter Ten: Radiographs Don't Lie; Myths and Theories About Tutankhamen's Demise Chapter Eleven: The Unusual Suspects Discovery of Horemheb's Tomb Maya Ankhesenamun Ay, the Great Manipulator Chapter Twelve: Why Ay? Presenting the Indictment Conclusion: The Curse of the Mummy Tut Bibliography Appendices: Maps and Illustrations The Great Restoration Stela of Tut-Ankh-Amun / The Complete Text Dr. Douglas Derry's Examination of Tut's Mummy in 1926 The Harrison-Abdalla Report in 1972 on the Remains of Tutankhamun Dr. Ernst Rodin's Report on Tutankhamen's Skull X-rays Findings on the First Autopsy Our Investigative Approach to Tutankhamen
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Tutankhamen, King of Egypt Death and burial, Egypt History Eighteenth dynasty, ca, 1570-1320 B, C, Forensic sciences