The tomb of Queen Nefertiti may be in the burial chamber of Tutankhamun

British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves has discovered hidden hieroglyphic inscriptions in King Tutankhamen’s burial chamber, confirming that Nefertiti’s mummy may have been in that chamber.

And The Guardian notes that, according to the Egyptologist, the theory that scientists tried to prove with the help of a special survey has received new support.

He says: “The discovery of hieroglyphic writing confirms the hypothesis of scientists who believe that the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun is only the outer part of the large burial chamber of Queen Nefertiti.”

In 2015, archaeologist Reeves reportedly found lines on the walls in high-resolution images of the tomb indicating undiscovered entrances, but the discovery was ignored by experts at the time.

Source: TASS