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During regular research, archaeologists have discovered another secret “room” in the burial of Tutankhamun, which hiding behind one of the walls.
British scientist and archaeologist Nicholas Reeves made another revolutionary statement: he is sure that the famous tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun used to be connected to other secret exits and premises.
It is possible that here lies the answer to the unsolved since the mystery of the location of the tomb of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, searched for over a hundred years since the opening of the grave Tutankhamun.
Nicholas Reeves is a famous British archaeologist who spent a significant part of his life studying ancient Egyptian finds, while inspecting the grave of Tutankhamun noticed on the walls are many different cracks.
He suggests that just behind them two walled up moves that may not have opened a few thousand years. The scientist is sure that one of the found moves can lead to the tomb of the famous Egyptian queen Nefertiti.
Archaeologist noticed strange cracks when viewing images high quality presented at the beginning of 2014 by renowned Madrid studio that deals with three-dimensional scanning and restoration of replicas of ancient art.
After a long study of the pictures, Reeves managed to notice something unbelievable – he reports this in his own report. Archaeologist emphasizes that modern Egyptology should be the first to do geophysical research of the tomb and the surrounding territories, because this may lead to new discoveries.
It is worth noting that the size of the tomb of Tutankhamun is small. Now, when Reeves has suggested the existence of secret moves, scientists are inclined to believe that they can lead to “burial within burial”, which was often used in ancient egypt.
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