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Nefertiti has continued to capture our collective imagination throughout the ages. Yet no trace has ever been found of the legendary "beautiful one" who ruled across Egypt at her husband's side.
Last month, the tantalizing theory swept armchair archaeologists the world over when Reeves published a report suggesting Nefertiti has been hiding in plain sight all along.
n his paper on the possible find, Reeves theorized that the size of Tutankhamun's tomb is "less than appropriate" for the final resting place of an Egyptian king. Instead he seems to have solved the conundrum that has baffled archaeologists for years by explaining that its inadequate size and unusual layout is because it is an extension of an earlier tomb originally designed for a queen.