Archaeologists from Egypt and the United Kingdom have discovered the secret system in King Tut's famous tomb, which can hide the remains of the famous queen Nefertiti.
The team, led by archaeologist Mamdouh Damati, a former Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, and many experts from England and Egypt surveyed once again the famous tomb of King Tut - the familiar name of Egypt 's pharaoh Tutankhamun - because he thought it was possible that the body of a famous queen was hidden in this tomb.
The queen they sought was Nefertiti, a rare female pharaoh in Egyptian history. She ruled with her husband, Pharaoh Akhenaten, as a queen, not a queen for many years. Later, according to archaeological evidence, when Pharaoh Akhenaten died young, Nefertiti formally ruled the country as a pharaoh for many years before giving up his throne to his stepson - Pharaoh Tutankhamun himself, to the throne when he was new. 9 years old.
The archaeological team used advanced radar systems to re-examine Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings for 3 days and found a secret system found behind the tomb walls.
Unexpectedly, the search system confirmed the presence of organic materials, which archaeologists believe is the mummy of the famous queen. The survey originated from the earlier theory of English Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves, who thought the queen had rested in a secret chamber behind the real tomb of Tutankhamun.
Of course, advancing into an Egyptian secret is extremely difficult and archaeologists have a long way to go. They still have not found the way to the mysterious secret area mentioned above.
Queen Nefertiti was born around 1370 BC and died about 40 years old, ruled in the most prosperous period in Egyptian history.