Tutankhamun and Earthly Heavenly God Kings

Tutankhamun god kingsIf Pharaohs were considered as Earthly God Kings who represented or were the double (KA) of their planet or phenomenon that ruled the heavens, then would anything that came from the skies be a suitable precious item for them?

A dagger entombed alongside the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun was made with iron that came from a meteorite, researchers say ... The origin of its unrusted iron blade has baffled scientists because such metalwork was rare in ancient Egypt ... Ancient Egyptians attached great significance to meteoritic iron for the production of fine ornamental or ceremonial objects, the researchers say.

Uncertainty still surrounds Tutankhamun's death. He may have been assassinated, or died as the result of an injury received while hunting.
Tutankhamun's knife was 'made from meteorite iron' | BBC

Their sponsoring planet god, plasma phenomenon or physical characteristic that was dominant in the skies sending them a unique and suitable gift, the gift of special space iron?

study confirms that ancient Egyptians attributed great value to meteoritic iron for the production of precious objects. Moreover, the high manufacturing quality of Tutankhamun's dagger blade, in comparison with other simple-shaped meteoritic iron artifacts, suggests a significant mastery of ironworking in Tutankhamun's time ... Of the rare surviving examples of iron objects from ancient Egyptian culture, the most famous is the dagger from the tomb of the ancient Egyptian King Tutankhamun.
The meteoritic origin of Tutankhamun's iron dagger blade

Or ... if an Egyptian Pharaohs Earthly reign lasted only as long as their Heavenly rule or when they did not do their job of stop chaos from striking our planet, then what more appropriate burial object to give the Sky God's King than something from space that had literally killed his peaceful reign?

Meteorite iron - a gift from the Heavenly Gods

Other Egyptian tombs of important people have also been discovered with meteorite metal objects.

study confirms that ancient Egyptians attributed great value to meteoritic iron for the production of precious objects. Moreover, the high manufacturing quality of Tutankhamun's dagger blade, in comparison with other simple-shaped meteoritic iron artifacts, suggests a significant mastery of ironworking in Tutankhamun's time ... Of the rare surviving examples of iron objects from ancient Egyptian culture, the most famous is the dagger from the tomb of the ancient Egyptian King Tutankhamun.

... Recently it has been reported that the most ancient Egyptian iron artifacts, i.e., nine small beads, excavated from a tomb in Gerzeh (Egypt) and dated about 3200 BCE, are made of meteoritic iron, carefully hammered into thin sheets. Our finding confirms that excavations of important burials, including that of King Tutankhamun, have uncovered pre-Iron Age artifacts of meteoritic origin.
The meteoritic origin of Tutankhamun's iron dagger blade

If there were asteroid iron objects in ancient Egypt, with the skills to produce high quality iron products, then why was there not more iron objects found from the pharaonic era?