Tutankhamun, the boy king of ancient Egypt, came to power only after two of his sisters jointly held the throne, according to an Egyptologist at ...
Follows public outrage over controversial and unattractive sculptures across the country
Experts had scanned the tomb to find what could be the resting place of Queen Nefertiti
Experts carried out a preliminary scan of the tomb earlier this month using infra-red thermography
British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves said that her tomb could be in a secret chamber adjoining Tutankhamun’s tomb
The ministry said Reeves will have the opportunity to discuss his theory with Egyptian experts in September
According to new tests, Nefertiti’s remains may be situated in a portal leading from Tutankhamen’s burial chamber
It may be time for Arab art to migrate to London
Egyptian social media users said the bust was a disgrace to the original version and compared it to Frankenstein.
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