It seems that King Tut and his penis have parted ways despite spending several thousand years joined at the, er, hip. When he was discovered in 1922 the king was fully intact, Time reports. Sometime in the last almost 90 years, his kingly member was removed, some hypothesize, to maintain his reputation as a big man on campus.
Scientists believe that Tut suffered from Antley-Bixler syndrome, a genetic mutation that causes those afflicted to have elongated skulls, as Tut had. But Antley-Bixler can also cause under-developed genitalia, so perhaps some Egyptologist was just protecting Tut for posterity.