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  Topic: Nicholas Reeves : The Burial of Nefertiti? (2015)
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:21 pm   Subject: Nicholas Reeves : The Burial of Nefertiti? (2015)
What worries me is if they find hidden chambers on the ground penetrating radar, how long it is going to take to do something about it. The tomb robbers aren't going to be very delicate about how the ...
  Topic: Nicholas Reeves : The Burial of Nefertiti? (2015)
Diorite

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Views: 101023

PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 9:15 pm   Subject: Nicholas Reeves : The Burial of Nefertiti? (2015)
Looking at the surface of the walls, the evidence of other rooms looks good.

I'm wondering if both Nefertiti AND Ahkenaton aren't located behind the north wall. He was relocated elsewhere. No evi ...
  Topic: letters in JAMA
Diorite

Replies: 24
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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 1:10 am   Subject: letters in JAMA
Thanks.
But wasnt really. She is just disputing that they could get any correct dna. Which seems a bit futile really.

I was hoping for more juicier disputes over the analysis of the dna. As per ou ...
  Topic: letters in JAMA
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2010 11:45 pm   Subject: letters in JAMA


Hmm, I see; well you also could read from it that she is disputing the way Hawass et all handle the specimens AND the fact that the present day researchers from Egypt weren't genotyped (which I ...
  Topic: letters in JAMA
Diorite

Replies: 24
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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:34 pm   Subject: letters in JAMA


Hmm, I see; well you also could read from it that she is disputing the way Hawass et all handle the specimens AND the fact that the present day researchers from Egypt weren't genotyped (which I ...
  Topic: Age of Nefertiti, age of skeletons, etc
Diorite

Replies: 44
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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:14 am   Subject: Age of Nefertiti, age of skeletons, etc
In the recent issue of kmt the article "The King is Dead. How Long Lived the King?" has some interesting implications for the discussion of the age of KV 55. Bickerstaffe analyzes a variet ...
  Topic: Cats in Ancient Egypt
Diorite

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PostForum: Mythology and Religion   Posted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 6:35 pm   Subject: Cats in Ancient Egypt
where would one find a copy of KMT, Osiris II? And what is it, exactly? Is it available in the US?

KMT: A Modern Journal Of Ancient Egypt is published in San Francisco, so it's most certainly avai ...
  Topic: Bent arm only for queens or not?
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:07 pm   Subject: Bent arm only for queens or not?

I personally do believe the bent arm is a sign of royalty.

And if KV55 had one arm bent as reported, it would suggest a royal but not a pharoah...

Diorite
  Topic: KV 21 and mummies KV21A and B
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 12:14 am   Subject: KV 21 and mummies KV21A and B
I think the "others involved" do not only have a say in the presentation of facts, but also in what "facts" are presented.
The most recent example (Zahi`s docu on Tut) shows that. ...
  Topic: Age of Nefertiti, age of skeletons, etc
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Mon Mar 15, 2010 4:37 am   Subject: Age of Nefertiti, age of skeletons, etc
Does anybody remember if in any of the examination reports done on KV55 anything has been said about the wear of the teeth?


The program was on again this afternoon. I watched particularly for wh ...
  Topic: food for thought
Diorite

Replies: 36
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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 3:16 am   Subject: food for thought


Genetically identifying KV55 and KV35YL as brother and sister is a more "obvious" conclusion if one assumes no inbreeding. With inbreeding the identification of the pair as uncle and nie ...
  Topic: food for thought
Diorite

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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 11:29 pm   Subject: food for thought
Sobek, I'm learning from what you are posting. I just don't have the genetics knowledge necessary to make any judgements other than the ones I've already posted.

I do know enough I could tell iden ...
  Topic: food for thought
Diorite

Replies: 36
Views: 14980

PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:36 pm   Subject: food for thought
FreeTinker, I think you may be drawing a line that is not permitted by the data.

Yes, the most obvious interpretation of the genetic information is that KV35YL is the daughter of Amenhotep III and ...
  Topic: food for thought
Diorite

Replies: 36
Views: 14980

PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:22 am   Subject: food for thought
I read the paper, it was interesting. I've given it some thought beyond my initial reaction, which was that the simplest explanation of the data is that KV55 married a full blooded sister.

What I ...
  Topic: Amarna family tree
Diorite

Replies: 81
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PostForum: Evidence from Amarna   Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:11 am   Subject: Amarna family tree
You think the Egyptian nobility never spawned children with the general populace? A genetic sampling of the common people would more likely yield a closer sample of Egyptian nobility than a populatio ...
 
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