Werner Nahm
re: Evidence for the Length of Reigns of Akhenaten's Success
Mon Jan 28, 2019 03:56
2001:770:60:8::31

I agree that the "tiny garment" is important, see may mails
12 and 13 April 2010 under this heading.
Concerning the statement "Tut's parents were a brother and a sister", I talked to Pääbo a few months ago about the pharao DNA analysis by Pusch and Zink. Pääbo thought that it is generally known that the analysis is worthless and that the
whole thing is a media hype of no scientific interest anyhow.
I tried to convince him that it has historical importance and should not be left in limbo, but I do not know if I succeeded.

Werner

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    • re: Evidence for the Length of Reigns of Akhenaten's Success — Werner Nahm, Mon Jan 28 03:56
      • Werner wrote: "Concerning the statement "Tut's parents were a brother and a sister", I talked to Pääbo a few months ago about the pharao DNA analysis by Pusch and Zink. Pääbo thought that it is... more
        • re: Zink and PuschRich McQuillen, Tue Jan 29 19:04
          It looks like this is the study being discussed, from 2010. I'm playing catch up. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41451669_Ancestry_and_Pathology_in_King_Tutankhamun's_Family
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