Tut (2015)
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Part Two: Betrayal 

Amidst the Mitanni plot to conquer Egypt, Tut deals with a deadly illness spreading through the kingdom and an unexpected betrayal from his inner circle.


David Von Ancken


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Kingsley ... Ay
Avan Jogia ... King Tutankhamun
Sibylla Deen ... Ankhe
Alexander Siddig ... Amun
Kylie Bunbury ... Suhad
Peter Gadiot ... Ka
Iddo Goldberg ... Lagus
Nonso Anozie ... General Horemheb
Alistair Toovey ... Nahkt
Steve Toussaint ... King Tushratta
Kaizer Akhtar ... Young Tutankhamun
Dwane Walcott ... Prince Tis'ata
Alexander Lyras ... General Yuya (as Alex Lyras)
Geoffrey Burton ... Chief Physician Dagi
Leon Lopez ... Sete


Tut's tiny party reaches Thebes just in time for him to throw of his disguise during the coronation of his 'successor' Ka, whom the 'living god' stabs to death for 'stealing' his queen even before vizier Ay explains she insisted to marry her lover rather then him. Tut wants to execute general Horemheb for high treason, but despite a failed escape and budding rebellion an Lagus's advice postpones the 'trial' as the Mitanni threat is worse then ever, due to a terrible epidemic which spares capital nor army. Tut's plan B, his niece Herit as bride to turn the Mitanni king into an ally, returns speared, so a campaign with weakened forces is inevitable. First the failing quarantine is followed by the desperate order to burn the sick of Thebes in a ghetto. Tut ignores that queen Ankhe, who fears to be replaced with the fertile half-blood wife Suhad after another miscarriage, actually Ka's posthumous child she was passing off as Tut's, tricked her rival to be locked in with her visiting ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Although it is nothing more than coincidence, the actress who plays the cousin of Ankhesanamun who was sent as a bride to Prince Tis'ata, bears an extremely strong resemblance to the recent computer-generated bust of Tutankhamun's mother, Queen Nefertiti, which reveals that she had a longer face that what was depicted in the famous ancient long-necked bust of the queen. See more »

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Tutankhamen 2
4 October 2017 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

The second part of this series dramatized is about an imaginative war against a powerful neighbors, therefore that don't have any reliable source to prove those happenings in this second part, even so is very interesting if you forget all official history!!!


First watch: 2017 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7

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20 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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