From the preliminary studies at Luxor, Egypt the archaeologists have concluded that radar scans reveal evidence that unopened lie behind two hidden doorways in the pharaoh’s underground burial chamber.
The results which were announced on Saturday morning (28-Nov-2015) at Luxor, support the theory of archaeologist Nicholas Reeves from Britain who that the tomb contains another royal burial. His prediction is that the hidden chamber might contain the tomb of Nefertiti who may have ruled as a female pharaoh during Egypt’s 18th Dynasty.
If the hidden chamber is indeed there and contains Nefertiti’s tomb then this would be one of the most important finds of the century as Mamdouh Eldamaty, the Egyptian antiquities minister quoted at one of the press conferences.
This definitely is exciting news amidst all archaeologists. Let us see how this preliminary study shapes up into further research.