King Tut’s ‘dagger from outer space’ may perhaps have been a present from overseas

A gold-hilted dagger observed in the tomb of King Tut stunned archaeologists when they uncovered that it was built of a material solid in outer space. Now, two new scientific tests are painting conflicting photos of the origins of the mysterious weapon, which might have been wielded by arguably the most popular ancient Egyptian pharaoh.

One of all those reports on the dagger, designed of iron from meteors, suggests it was manufactured in Anatolia (fashionable-working day Turkey), when the other study suggests its Earthly origins are however a thriller.