quinta-feira, 1 de outubro de 2015

Mummy of Nefertiti might be in the tomb of Tutankhamun

The British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves believes that Nefertiti's grave can be in a secret room behind a painting that was examined with the help of a special scanner.

The Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, Mamduh al Damati, confirmed that will be made further research on the grave, to try to confirm the veracity of this theory.

"The interesting thing in this surface scan can we remove the colors and that enables us to see things that are hidden by the paint. We can see the wall structure and detetámos several aspects that don't look natural at all, "says Reeves.

Al Damati says the more likely it is that the mummy of Queen Kiya, Tutankhamun's mother, and not the Nefertiti.

Regardless of who might be buried along with Tutankhamun, nobody on the team of Reeves seems to have fear of the curse of the Pharaoh.

Archaeologists find evidence of secret chambers in King Tut's tombâ€"one could be Nefertiti. http://t.co/SPYkM84mUg pic.twitter.com/j8ilPC5YIE

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