Tut’s Tomb?

By , December 7, 2015 6:57 pm

Speculation abounds on whether Tut’s tomb was just a rush-job and was really a part of a larger tomb, maybe Nefertiti’s.

Tomb Article

Scientists on the Verge of Finding Queen Nefertiti’s ¬†Secret Tomb, Daily Mail Online, Nov. 7, 2015,¬†http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3308292/Scientists-two-hidden-chambers-King-Tutankhamun-s-tomb-testing-temperature-tomb-s-walls.html (Dec. 7, 2015)

 

One Response to “Tut’s Tomb?”

  1. Irina Neagu says:

    I find ancient Egypt to be one of the most intriguing civilizations. It’s interesting to see how the tombs were so interconnected and how there is still so much we don’t know and are working to discover. It shows how complex and intricately built their society was.

    It goes to show that even in a more advanced society who is so beyond ancient Egypt technologically we still fail to understand them completely. I think this is one of the most interesting parts about studying history. We are so beyond past society in virtually every aspect, yet we still cannot unlock their secrets.

    Although it may frustrating at times, without this challenge studying the past wouldn’t be as exciting.

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