I think the handle of King Tut body when archeologist Howard Carter found in 1922, was not handle properly and could of caused damage like the blow to the skull, which is why people suspect he was murdered. I think King Tut injury being so severed that his immune system was fighting so hard that if he got sick his body would have just shut down. I think at the end of the day the injury to his thigh is what caused him to die because if he didn’t have the injury and had gotten sick I think his immune system would of been able to fight it off the
Poseidon’s destruction of the wall was justifiable since the king of Troy breached his agreement to compensate Poseidon and Apollo with vines of gold for the year of strenuous labor. The king of Troy’s actions was an outrage, especially towards a god who frequently received praise and offerings for this blessings upon humans. When a mortal breaks a promise to a god, it could result in the utmost punishment, death. Poseidon showed mercy to the kind of Troy by sparing his life, but destroying the wall. “When the king of Crete requested a gift from Poseidon, a fine bull to sacrifice, Poseidon generously sent him the very finest from his herd, so fine in fact that King Minos decided to keep it himself instead of sacrificing it.
In 2010, famed matador Julio Aparicio was gored in the throat by a bull during the festival of saint Isidro. The horn went through Julio's neck and throat, then went through his throat. Julio bled out on the arena's floor. Since record have been kept in 1700 fifty-two matadors have been killed and countless injuries have occurred. Bullfighting is just too dangerous a practice for humans to justify.
Let the bull spill his blood.” (Page 40). Gilgamesh and Enkidu wrestle with the bull that Anu sent and kill it. The act of killing the bull made the gods made so they decided to kill Enkidu. “The gods all gathered round last night and Anu told Enlil that one of us should die because of what we’ve done against their names.” (page 44). When he finally dies, Gilgamesh is heartbroken.
He does not immediately kill the water buffalo, but instead shoots it in places he knows the animal will feel immense pain and sorrow. He would not stop shooting the buffalo all over its body; its legs, torso, face, everywhere. “The whole platoon stood there watching, feeling all kinds of things, but there wasn’t a great deal of pity for the baby water buffalo. Curt Lemon was dead. Rat Kiley had lost his best friend in the world...Nothing moved except [the buffalo’s] eyes, which were enormous, the pupils shiny
It did not show a calm death, just cast aside as one of the countless deaths. It is real and in the reader's face of what actually happens to people who die by knife. Seeing one died before them - especially if they caused the death - is a traumatizing experience, especially for one at a young age like John Grady. It is no way to live, and McCarthy felt the same way about it. That is why he brings the realism and consequences of what happens to someone who died.
Many of the natives that they came across welcomed them wholeheartedly, until they abused the hospitality that was given to them and gave nothing in return. One Aztec can be quoted in saying that “They thirsted mightily for gold; they stuffed themselves with it; they starved for it; they lusted for it like pigs.” (textbook) Hernando Cortes was one of the explorers guilty of abusing the hospitality that he was treated with. He ended up conquering the Aztecs and killing their king, Montezuma. After he was killed, the Aztec’s lost their will to even fight back. Another Spanish explorer that wronged the Indians was Pizzaro, who conquered the Incas.
Paul calls out sexual immorality (v.8) and reminds his audience of the 23,000 (24,000 in the OT account) that died as a penalty of sexual immorality. Paul warns them not to put Christ to the test (v.9-10) as the Israelites who, in their impatience, began to complain about the Lord’s provision and direction which brought about the serpent epidemic that taught them how reliant they were on God (Num. 21:5). Paul explains the these accounts were recorded to serve as warnings to the people of God, of the consequences and outcome of those who hear God’s words and see God’s works but fail to live out true faith in Obedience to Him. Even those who had been recently delivered by God, who witnessed His presence in action, fell into sin and away from God.
Later on, while in battle, Brutus kills himself. He saw the ghost of Caesar many times and now tells the ghost to be still, because Brutus did not have a will as strong as Caesar. Brutus tells Strato that he is a man of good respect and wants him to kill Brutus so he can die an honorable death. “I prithee, Strato, stay them by the Lord. / Thou art a fellow of good respect; / Thy life hath had some smatch of honor in it.
Although O’Brien is unclear about whether or not he actually threw a grenade and killed a man outside My Khe, his memory of the man’s corpse is strong and recurring, symbolizing humanity’s guilt over war’s horrible acts. Norman was right on the side of him when he died, after about a couple of years passed by after the war he was in Kiowa home town he started crying because he didn’t do anything to try to save him. In Fallen Angels Richie see’s how almost his whole team died he and Peewee were the only ones that survived, which emphasizes the theme of youth and innocence. In calling the novel Fallen Angels, the author implies that the soldiers’ youth and innocence are more important than any of their other aspects, such as their religion, ethnicity, class, or race. They wanted them to know what war is really like and wants to help them understand what is experienced.