The "Torso of Tutankhamun" is installed by Ashtaf Nageh, left,...

The "Torso of Tutankhamun" is installed by Ashtaf Nageh, left, and Hamdi Abdelmonem for "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" at Discovery Times Square Exposition in Manhattan. The display is the final U.S. showing of the King Tut exhibit, scheduled to open April 23, 2010. (April 15, 2010) Credit: AP

 King Tut is back.

The boy king stirred a sensation in New York City 31 years ago.

This time, a Times Square exhibition contains new information about the life and death of the 18th Dynasty ruler.

A preview was held Wednesday at the Times Square exhibit, called “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharoahs.”

An Egyptian government antiquities official said a chariot found in Tut’s tomb will be added within a month.

Recent CAT scans and DNA tests revealed that Tut fractured a leg shortly before he died. Zahi Hawass said it’s believed Tut had a chariot accident.

The exhibit opens to the public on Friday. It’s the last stop of a U.S. tour.

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