Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19271799 Quoting: davvi ... Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19271799
You are a moron.
18th dynasty Egypt was long before the Nubian empire came and took over.
That King Tut DNA story is a HOAX!
People who study ancient egypt disproved that hoax when it was released...only morons are still carrying that flag.
The DNA sample was taken from a monitor in a documentary about King TUT.
The DNA sample was not King Tut's DNA....just code on a TV screen in a movie.
You got PRANKED!
And common sense should tell you....does king Tut look white?
[link to i295.photobucket.com
a hoax? a hoax that seems to be accepted by the world's leading experts. lol, yes i am a moron who just happens to be better informed than you.
I am sure that you have had time to research my statement.
What "world's leading experts" have supported that hoax?
I am all ears now.
Here is an article about the issue.
[link to www.cbsnews.com
The whole "king Tut is related to half of western white men" concept was a MARKETING SCAM
to get whites to check to see if they are related to King TUT.
"If the claims were true, it would put King Tut in a genetic profile group shared by more than half of Western European men. That would make those men relatives — albeit distant ones — of the pharaoh."
"The haplogroup R1b1a2, which iGENEA claims includes King Tut, arose 9,500 years ago in the Black Sea region. How Tut's ancestors would have gotten from that region to Egypt is unknown"
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk
"Most Britons are direct descendants of farmers who left modern day Iraq and Syria 10,000 years ago, a new study has shown."
After studying the DNA of more than 2,000 men, researchers say they have compelling evidence that four out of five white Europeans can trace their roots to the Near East."
[link to en.wikipedia.org
"After a few successful clashes with the Pharaohs over the control of Syria, Mitanni sought peace with Egypt and an alliance was formed. During the reign of Shuttarna in the early 14th century BC the relationship was very amicable, and he sent his daughter Gilu-Hepa to Egypt for a marriage with Pharaoh Amenhotep III."
"Later on, Egypt and Mitanni became allies, and King Shuttarna II himself was received at the Egyptian court. Amicable letters, sumptuous gifts, and letters asking for sumptuous gifts were exchanged. Mitanni was especially interested in Egyptian gold. This culminated in a number of royal marriages: the daughter of King Artatama I was married to Thutmose IV. Kilu-Hepa, or Gilukhipa, the daughter of Shuttarna II, was married to Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who ruled in the early 14th century BC. In a later royal marriage Tadu-Hepa, or Tadukhipa, the daughter of Tushratta, was sent to Egypt."