CT-scans indicate that the mummy belongs to a young man who was not placed in the royal pose of mummification and had the remains of an arrow embedded in his chest, implying that he had been killed. Tuthmosis I (c. 1506-1493 BC) is known to have died of natural causes. Until now the mummy of Tuthmosis I was assumed to be known. However, not only are the pose and the cause of death wrong, but the dates don't fit. The mummy thought to have been that of the Pharaoh is that of a man who died at the age of 30, making it impossible for him to be Hatshepsut's father since she died when she was 50.