In which year did Tutankhamun become king?


Tutankhamun was a famous Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty. According to conventional chronology, he became the King in ca. 1333 BC and his reign ended in 1323 BC. His name, Tutankhamun, means 'Living Image of Amun'. Tutankhamun was originally called Tutankhaten, meaning 'Living Image of Aten'.
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Tutankhamun became king in the year 1334 BC at the age of nine, and his reign lasted up to 1323 BC. He was the 12th Pharaoh of Egypt's Eighteenth dynasty. Tutankhamun's original name was Tutankhaten, which meant ' lining image of Aten'.
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