King Tut had a space dagger.
An X-ray analysis of Tutankhamun’s
dagger blade revealed not only that
it was made of an iron meteorite, but
that the material actually came from
the Kharga meteorite, which fell to
Egypt thousands of years ago. SourceSource 2Source 3
than 3,000 years ago, an ancient Egyptian woman tattooed her body with
dozens of symbols — including lotus blossoms, cows and divine eyes —
that may have been linked to her religious status or her ritual
Preserved in amazing detail on her mummified torso, the surviving images represent the only known examples of tattoos found on Egyptian mummies showing recognizable pictures, rather than abstract designs.
The mummy was found at a site on the west bank of the Nile River known
as Deir el-Medina, a village dating to between 1550 B.C. and 1080 B.C.
that housed artisans and workers who built the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.