The Search for Secret Chambers in Tutankhamun’s Tomb Continues!

A team from the Polytechnic University of Turin will be recommencing the search for hidden chambers in Tutankhamun’s tomb later this month. They will be scanning the burial site and the surrounding area in the hope of finding undiscovered treasures.

This new search will use radar systems to scan depths of up to 32 feet. The aim is to map out the resting place of the Egyptian Pharaohs.

There have been a number for theories and studies over the last few years about hidden chambers within the tomb of Tutnakhamun, Including a belief that one of these hidden areas might contain the resting place of Queen Nefertiti, Tutamkhamun’s stepmother.

We will await further news as the investigation continues and wait in anticipation for any future findings.


Published: 15th Feb

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