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Archaeologist Nicholas Reeves is set to arrive in Egypt mid-September in the hopes of confirming his theory about the location of Nefertiti’s final resting place

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Examining A Lost Queen - National Geographic. A team of forensic experts is on a mission for Nefertiti and a lost dynasty. Excerpt from the program Nefertiti and the Lost Dynasty.

Pictured is the the decorated north wall of Tutankhamen's burial chamber, behind which Dr Reeves believes is another, more lavish burial chamber belonging to Nefertiti

Radar to search for Queen Nefertiti's grave behind Tutankhamun's tomb

Pictured is the the decorated north wall of Tutankhamen's burial chamber, behind which Dr Reeves believes is another, more lavish burial chamber belonging to Nefertiti

11/23/2015-Scans of the north wall of King Tutankhamun's burial chamber have revealed features beneath the intricately decorated plaster (highlighted) a researcher believes may be a hidden door, possibly to the burial chamber of Nefertiti.

Scans of the north wall of King Tutankhamun's burial chamber have revealed features beneath the intricately decorated plaster (highlighted) a researcher believes may be a hidden door, possibly to the burial chamber of Nefertiti.

Valley Of The Kings in Luxor, Luxor Governorate  King Tut's Tomb in Egypt in the Valley of the Kings http://www.globalpost.com/photo-galleries/planet-pic/5757853/king-tuts-tomb-surrenders-its-mysteries-modern-science

Queen Nefertiti: Has the tomb of Tutankhamun's mother been found hiding in plain sight? - News - Archaeology - The Independent

https://flic.kr/p/UuP37n | Alabaster vase found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun Egypt New Kingdom 18th Dynasty 1332-1323 BCE | These meticulously created reproductions were photographed at The Discovery of King Tut" exhibition in New York City.

https://flic.kr/p/UuP37n | Alabaster vase found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun Egypt New Kingdom 18th Dynasty 1332-1323 BCE | These meticulously created reproductions were photographed at The Discovery of King Tut" exhibition in New York City.

Theban tomb tracings made by Norman and Nina de Garis Davies

Theban tomb tracings made by Norman and Nina de Garis Davies

Part of a Ceiling from the Tomb of Bakenrenef  Date: 664–610 B.C.  Accession Number: 11.150.50b1

Bakenrenef, a vizier under Psamtik I, had a large tomb cut into the cliff at Saqqara. Because of the poor quality of the stone in this area, much of the tomb was lined with blocks of better stone into which the decoration was carved

Bronze Tools from Amarna (Akhet-Aten).  Ellen Browning Scrips Collection. Museum of Man, San Diego

Bronze Tools from Amarna (Akhet-Aten). Ellen Browning Scrips Collection. Museum of Man, San Diego

A wooden tomb model of a bakery from Beni Hassan, Egypt [A.1914.71]. © National Museums Scotland

A wooden tomb model of a bakery from Beni Hassan, Egypt © National Museums Scotland

Tutankhamun: Tomb Reconstruction

Further to the earlier posts on visual interpretations: Bamiyan Buddhas, and Virtual Restoration, as well as the recent news coverage about the tomb, a piece about the reconstruction of the Tomb of…

Discover the new era of Egyptian historical sightseeing in El Minya over day tour from Cairo.

Life-size composite replica of rock cut tombs near Beni Hasan Egypt built from 2100 to 1100 BCE

Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Egypt, 18th Dynasty (1569 - 1315 BCE) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view

Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Egypt, Dynasty - 1315 BCE) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view

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