Posted by: bycos360 | 09/11/2015

Nefertiti’s Tomb

In Egypt several historians have looked for Nefertiti’s tomb. The survey about one of these places used high tecnology like infrared thermography. Nefertiti died in 1331B.C. in Valley of the Kings an she was Akhenaten’s wife. The last place where people would look for her is in the Valley of the Kings, but it is the place where she was hiding. A historian called Reeves analyzed the walls of Tutankhamun’s Tomb and confirmed the results.

After the investigation he published the results and after that National Geography Channel will publish a special to premiere in 2016.

There was concealed burial of Queen Nefertiti in Tutankhamun’s tomb.

Sources

M. Strauss and N. G. P. F. N. 06 12:30:00 E. 2015, “Infrared Scans Show Possible Hidden Chamber in King Tut’s Tomb,” National Geographic News. [Online]. Available: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/11/151106-tut-tutankhamun-tomb-thermal-imaging-nefertiti-archaeology/. [Accessed: 13-Dec-2015].


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