Second tomb behind Tut’s chamber established

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An interior view of the King Tutankhamun burial chamber in the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt, 28 November 2015. Scanning works were conducted inside King Tutankhamun's Tomb for two days. The country's Minister of Antiquities, Dr. Mamdouh Eldamaty, said at a press conference on 28 November 2015 that the preliminary results of the radar scans indicated the existence of an unknown burial chamber behind that of the Boy King's. British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves believes that the new chamber could be the last resting place of Queen Nefertiti, King Tut's mother-in-law.

There is speculation that this could be Nefertiti’s tomb, but there is little doubt there is something there


A radar examination of Tutankhamn's tomb that began in September 2015 has now been completed. A secret lingering for more than 3,000 years is close to being revealed. Behind the chambers of Tut’s tomb, there is another secret chamber.  It is speculated that this could be the tomb of Queen Nefertiti; what is now mostly certain is that there is something there.

For months, the results of a full radar examination of Tutankhamun’s tomb were expected. For years archaeologists believed that Tutankh...


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