Kemetic Reflection - King Tutanhkamun

Charles Ezra Ferrell

Southfield, United States

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King Tutanhkamun, who lived around 1353 B.C., was a minor king of the 18th Dynasty. King Tut, as he has become known, was the son of Pharaoh Ahkenaton (and grandson of Amenhotep III), a Nubian and orginator of monotheism.

King Tut took the throne at age eight and died at 19. What makes him significant is that his tomb was found intact and provided solid verification that the Nile Valley Civilization was without question Black African.

This drawing reflects that truth.

18×24 Graphite Pencil on Off-White Archival Paper.

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