The cause of death of Tutankhamun, the famous Pharaoh of Egypt's 18th dynasty has now been ascertained through forensic science. Researchers of Cranfield Forensic Institute have said that the injuries in the body of the 19 year old Pharaoh match with a computer simulation of a chariot hitting him when he was on his knees. As a result, his left side ribs and pelvis were shattered and his heart was crushed. Tutankhamun was the only Pharaoh whose body is found without heart. This shows that during mummification, restoration of his heart could not be done as it was shattered beyond repair.