Discover new beauty of Egyptian queen Nefertiti

The most recent researchers have claimed that the ancient Egyptian Queen, who has been described by eternal beauty for thousands of years, is not really the most beautiful woman in the world.

The most recent researchers have claimed that the ancient Egyptian Queen, who has been described by eternal beauty for thousands of years, is not really the most beautiful woman in the world.

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Accordingly, Queen Nefertiti (1370 - 1330 BC) was the great wife of Pharaoh Egypt, Akhenaten. Nefertiti and her husband are people who carry out a religious revolution, when they begin to worship only one god. It is the Aten god or the Sun God. Queen Nefertiti's 3,300-year-old bust, crafted with a falcon nose and her high cheekbones, has made the fans of the world have a real ' fever '. .

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The bust of Queen Nefertiti revealed the arched nose and eyes with many wrinkles, something that has been hidden for a long time.

But there is a recently discovered picture of a limestone cliff about the bust of Queen Nefertiti for the first time giving a different perspective on who is considered ' Nile Beauty Legend '. Historian Bettany Hughes led a group of scientists who conducted a comprehensive CT scan of the bust and discovered a second limestone pattern that showed around the corner of the image of the queen Queen Nefertiti with sticky folds. wrinkled.

Ms. Bettany Hughes spoke at the Woodstock Literature Festival initiated by the Independent : ' The bust is quite perfect, but the sculptor is not a beautiful person. I took a close look and saw that her nose was bent, and there were wrinkles running around her eyes . This is a vivid portrait of a great lady. We are planning to set foot in the King of the Valley area to find out if the sister of Queen Nefertiti has an appearance that matches her sister '.

The bust of Queen Nefertiti, believed to have died around 1330 BC, at about the age of 29 or 38, she is one of the most talked about figures in ancient Egyptian history. when archaeologists discovered the golden mask of Pharaoh Tutenkhamen, the King may be the son of Nefertiti.

This bust was found in 1912 at the site of Tell el-Amarna (Egypt), which was also the temporary capital of Pharaoh Akhenaten, the husband of Queen Nefertiti. Currently the bust is on display at the Altes museum in Berlin (Germany).

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Ever before the publication of Nefertiti bust in 1923, the authenticity of the Nefertiti bust, 3,300 years old, with soulful lines, has attracted thousands of lovers of beauty all over. world of interest. But in March 2009, when German scientists analyzed the limestone layer of the Nefertiti bust by CT scans, they discovered that it was possible that ancient Nefertiti had used it since ancient times. Use some kind of compound similar to modern Botox to lift your nose. Their analysis also produced comparisons on the mortar of Nefertiti's face, the inner corner of the face with the famous cheekbones, a tiny hump just above the edge of the nose, the creases around the corner of the mouth and the cheekbones and the concavity of some eyelid edges. The latest discoveries have led scientists to change the notion of beauty in ancient times.

In fact, Queen Nefertiti is not only the person in question about the beauty, but also the fact that Cleopatra is also a myth of beauty, which also revealed physical defects. in 2001. The statue of Queen Cleopatra on display at the British Museum has shown that she is very simple, no more than 1.5 meters tall and her body is quite slender.

Egyptian officials have recognized the bust of Queen Nefertiti and the Rosetta stone on display at the British Museum in London as two of the five priceless artifacts that Egypt wants to return to suffering. .

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TV host and historian Bettany Hughes and his colleagues discovered the imperfections on Queen Nefertiti's face.