Egypt: The mysterious and beautiful Nefertiti on the trail

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Tutankhamun's tomb may be hiding another secret chamber. Egyptology apparently faces the greatest archaeological find of all time, as the scientist and egyptologist dr. Nichols Reeves of the University of Arizona examined in detail the radar images of the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, and is convinced that another secret door is being conducted.

Reeves thinks he hit the black. X-ray surveys show that behind the walled door is the entrance to other burial rooms.

Maybe this is because the main tomb belonged to Nefertiti and Tutankhamen's tomb to be brought to her later. It would solve a lot of mysteries around Tutankhamun. "If I'm wrong, I'm wrong. But if I'm right, it can be the greatest archaeological find of all time, "comments Reeves.

What does Zahi Hawass, the former secretary of the Egyptian monuments say? As always, he laments, "There is nothing there!".

Vivat Kemet!

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