Egypt’s Antiquities Minister, Mamdouh Eldamaty, announced on Monday that a radar  examination of Tutankhamon’s tomb has revealed two secret chambers.

It is now believed that the tomb of the boy-king discovered in 1922 may be hiding two rather than one burial site. This is the most intact tomb ever unearthed.

In August, Dr Nicholas Reeves, an English archaeologist of the University of Arizona, formulated the hypothesis that a painting on the wall in Tutankhamon’s tomb depicts the boy-king c...

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