Great Pyramids keep many more secrets?

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According to the resource “LiveScience”, the famous Egyptologist Zaha Hawass begins a world lecture tour to re-engage Attention tourists to Egypt. Zahi Hawass told the magazine that believes in the existence of some fantastic discoveries that are still can be made in the Valley of the Kings, as well as exploring the secret burial chamber inside the Great Pyramid built by the Pharaoh Khufu, also known as Cheops – it is possible that there are hidden treasures. This is a real life turn for the archaeologist who just a few months ago was under investigation with a ban on travel outside of Egypt. He was charged with many related to his tenure as head of the Supreme Council for the antiquities of Egypt under the former government of Hosni Mubarak. Such position allows you to illegally transport antiquities and spend public funds, so at the time of the investigation he was forbidden to leave the country. Hawass was the head of the Supreme Council for antiquities for 10 years and became the first in the history of Egypt Minister at the end of the Mubarak regime. Revolution managed to shift Mubarak in February 2011 and Hawass was fired from his post through several months. The allegations were false, and to date they are completely removed. In an interview and in his lecture, Hawass says how much he admires the work of the robot in the Great Pyramid, which has been going on for two decades. One room under The name “Queen’s Chamber” consists of two ramparts, which allow you to enter the pyramid, but do not allow you to return back. Robots discovered these shafts and determined what they contain. doorways with copper handles. These shafts may indicate the path to secret burial chamber where Khufu (Cheops) is buried. Although three the rooms of the pyramid have already been investigated, the tomb of the pharaoh so far so and could not be found. An Egyptologist has discovered some interesting facts. For example, it was discovered that Tutankhamun’s brain was dried, not withdrawn before the embalming process, as is believed from the time Greek historians. Hawass is also enthusiastic about the search new tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Over the past decade have been found two new tombs, K63 and K64, so the likelihood of new discoveries. “The tomb of Thutmose II has not yet been found, the tomb of Ramses VIII has not yet been found, the entire royal dynasty 1550-1292 BC was buried in the valley and their graves are still not found, “says lecturer, adding – “this could be a new era in archeology.”

Sergey Vasilenkov

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