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CAIRO -- A robot archaeologist is to be sent deep inside Egypt's largest pyramid in a bid to solve secrets revealed by a first foray more than four years ago, antiquities supremo Zahi Hawass said Thursday[
"The new robot will be sent down very narrow passages in the so-called Queen's Chamber, where the first robot was sent in 2002," said Hawass, who heads Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Archaeologists have always hoped to find clues that might lead them to discover the tomb of Cheops himself. The Pharaoh reigned more than 2,500 years before Christ, and it was he who had the largest pyramid in Egypt built.