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New Tomb In The Valley Of The Kings, Near KV 23 - Ay

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:58 pm    Post subject: New Tomb In The Valley Of The Kings, Near KV 23 - Ay Reply with quote

" King Tut's Wife May Be Buried in Newly Discovered Tomb " (Live Science - Owen Jarus, 18.07.2017)
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Famed archaeologist Zahi Hawass and his team say they've found evidence of a tomb that could belong to King Tut's wife.

The archaeologists eventually plan to excavate the new tomb, which is located near the tomb of the pharaoh Ay (1327-1323 B.C.) in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, Hawass told Live Science.

"We are sure there is a tomb there, but we do not know for sure to whom it belongs," Hawass told Live Science in an email. On July 7, National Geographic Italia published an article in Italian suggesting that a team led by Hawass had found a new tomb in the Valley of the Kings, and Hawass confirmed that discovery to Live Science. ...


See also : " Mysterious Buried Artifacts Discovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings " (Live Science - Owen Jarus, 01.05.2014).

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2017 4:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

" Archaeologists announce discovery of Tutankhamun's wife lost tomb " (Egypt Today, 19.07.2017)
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... In a follow up update to livescience however, Hawass cautions that there might not be a tomb there, and that further excavations are required to be certain.

Live Science wrote:
Update: In an email to Live Science on July 10, Hawass cautioned that until excavations take place, he can't say for sure that a tomb has been discovered, and it is still possible that there is no tomb. "It is all possibilities until we excavate," Hawass said.

Has the "real" Minister hacked or is it all just the usual Hawass-Book-Selling-Show again?

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