Tutankhamun's Great-Grandmother Found to Have Blonde HairChris Menahan
Jun. 17, 2019
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New evidence is emerging which suggests at least some of the ancient Egyptians were white Europeans.
From The Daily Star:
Egyptian noblewoman Tjuyu – who is believed to have died in 1375 BC – is most widely known as being the great-grandmother of legendary pharaoh Tutankhamun.VIDEO:
More from Ancient Origins:
This somewhat bizarre phenomena was explained away by Egyptologist Ikram [on Channel 5] who said that it is unclear how her hair got to be this color, saying "We're not 100% sure [if that is her original hair ]."
An article recently published by The Sydney Morning Herald explains that most researchers claim different colors of the mummy hair resulted from the chemical interactions in the mummification process itself (natrons). However, Dr. Davey undertook a series of "innovative experiments" covering "16 hair samples from Egyptian people " in the salty ash for 40 days. Guess what? Not a single change in hair color was observed.More from The Independent in 2018, "Tomb secrets: The FBI cracks the DNA code on an ancient Egyptian mummy":
Loreille's examination also showed that Djehutynakht's DNA carried clues to another mystery. For centuries, archaeologists and historians have debated the origins of the ancient Egyptians and how closely related they were to modern people living in North Africa. To the researchers' surprise, the governor's mitochondrial DNA indicated his ancestry on his mother's side, or haplogroup, was Eurasian.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.