Turns out King Tutenkhamen, of Egypt, was a european. We've known this for quite awhile (at least a couple of decades), and that the entire royal lineage at the time of Egypt's greatest peak of civilization was of European orgin. That ain't new.
What's new is how common his lineage remains in Europe,
and how entirely unrelated he was (99.9% unrelated) to the modern inhabitants of Egypt.
Discuss. I'll start: i get a chuckle when people say that egyptian religion "isn't indo-european". That's only true if you ignore geneticists and anthropologists, and only listen to linguists. Fail.
Disclaimer: yada yada, you know exactly where you aren't allowed to bring this up.