Queen Nefertiti May Be Lying Adjacent To Tutankhamun’s Tomb, Says Scholar
Nicholas Reeves, a researcher at the School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona is making waves with his claims about the location of Queen Nefertiti’s remains. Reeves suspects that the Egyptian royalty known for her immense beauty and power may be in a tomb down a corridor past King Tut’s tomb.
There will be a radar survey held of the premises to determine whether Reeves is correct. The researcher defends himself by saying: “If I’m wrong, I’m wrong. But if I’m right, we’re now faced with the extraordinary prospect of coming face to face with an intact pharaonic tomb.” Read more at NPR.
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