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The third radar scan of the pharaoh's burial site conclusively shows that no additional mysteries lurk immediately behind its walls.
By Kristin Romey
PUBLISHED MAY 6, 2018
Recent radar scans of Tutankhamun's tomb conclusively prove that there are no additional chambers or passages behind the walls of the famed pharaoh's burial chamber in the Valley of the Kings, Egyptian officials announced today.
A statement was released today on behalf of Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, during the fourth annual International Tutankhamun GEM Conference, held at the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) in Giza.
The announcement brings to a disappointing end an investigation that began three years ago, when Egyptologist and National Geographic grantee Nicholas Reeves theorized that the tomb of legendary 18th-Dynasty queen Nefertiti may be hidden behind the walls of Tut's 3,300-year-old tomb.
Two previous tests of Reeves' theory, using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to search for hidden chambers or passages, were inconclusive.
originally posted by: olaru12
a reply to: Byrd
Did Hawass have anything to do with this scan. I call everything into question if that goober is involved.
originally posted by: IkNOwSTuff
Just because its official doesnt mean its true.
I trust the Egyptian antiquities board about as much as I trust politicians, you can put Nat Geo in that group as well