Little force it would take to break Tuts bones. Tuts chariot was destroyed in war.
The artifacts said that Aye the vizier was old and power hungry. The walking stick could've caused the breakage without much force. One of the three accused could've done this. Aye was in charge of Tuts health. He could've withheld info from Tut. His chariot would protect him from inside damage. Most likely caused by one of his own men.
The infected leg was most likely the cause of death. Sickle cell disease. An old 72 year old could've broken it. Not much force to break the bones. Tut could've fell on the battlefield. Aye was in charge of health. Blunt object could'e caused the broken/fractured leg. Tu would've been hit in the back if he was killed in a chariot.
Tut was reliant at Aye the vizier. He was more self-reliant in the later years. When Tut died, she tried to marry an enemy prince. Aye was not there to found the new city. Only wanted to marry her because Aye would be pharaoh.
His tomb described himself as powerful. Was not at the new city with Tut. Had no power for a while because of Tut. Had the power to nominate someone else. If he liked him then he would nominate someone else. Could've listened to Ankhesenamun who didn't want to marry him. Would be mad at losing his power when Tut's father when he made the new city. Believes Horemheb killed Tut. Should've known his power. Was power hungry. Could get away with any crime including murder
Aye knew about the leg. He withheld the info. Tut was in the front. Not everyone could ride a chariot. Some people ran.Rare that only one line ran him over.
King Tut also checked his own chariots. Ay was in bed a lot and was old and weak. Ay knew that King Tut was in the hospital a lot, so it would really be different. Respected Horemheb, being the general.
King tut and the general were both in the front line. The general would look for King Tut.
A chariot could have ran over King Tut's ribs to cause the breakage
The broken leg had to be broken around the same time as the scars.
Wasn't mad at King Tut after so long. A woman do not go to war, so if Tut was at war, Ankhesenamun wouldn't have been there.
The hyhergiohics say that King Tut likes war. King Tut was also incharge of his own health