Egyptian Authorities believe King Tutenkhamen's tomb has secret tunnels
28,Nov, Cairo:The tomb of king Tutankhamen has been surrounded with mysteries throughout history as the mysteries unravel around the tomb Egyptian officials have now claim that they are "90% sure" that there is a hidden chamber in King Tutankhamen's tomb.
According to the Antiquities Ministry has stated that it carried out scans to garner more information on the theory of the tunnel that has been surrounding the tomb for centuries. Archaeologists now believe that king Tutankhamen's remains may have been rushed into an outer chamber of what seems to have originally been Queen Nefertiti's tomb.
The remains of Tutankhamen, who may have been her son, were found in 1922. He died 3,000 years ago aged 19. Reports by the British Broadcasting Corporation suggest that the scans would be sent to Japan for further analysis.
"Dr Reeves developed his theory after the Spanish artistic and preservation specialists, Factum Arte, were commissioned to produce detailed scans of Tutankhamun's tomb," the report said. The report further stated that the scans were then used to produce a facsimile of the 3,300-year-old tomb near the site of the original Valley of the Kings in Luxor.
The Oslo Times