Why did King Tut have a flat head?

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Artificial cranial deformation, or head binding, is a practice carried out by cultures all over the world, and throughout time. Dr. Robert Martin talked to us about how the tradition was implemented by figures of high status in Ancient Egypt.
Read more about Dr. Martin's work and research here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/how-we-do-it
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