One Egyptologist Claims to Find Nefertiti’s Tomb, Another Says He Already Has Her Mummy

It has been just 100 years since the epic discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun’s tomb by Howard Carter in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. When his mummy was uncovered, it was thought that this discovery would lead to finding the tomb of Queen Nefertiti, the wife of Tut’s father Akhenaten, possible pharaoh herself and model for one of the most famous busts in history. However, Tut seemed to be no help in the search for Nefertiti’s tomb nor her remains. While many suspected burial sites have been found and unidentified female mummies claimed to be hers, none have been verified conclusively. That may change soon … to the possible disappointment of one of two Egyptologists working on the case. One claims he’s located Nefertiti’s tomb, while the other claims to have located and identified her mummy with DNA analysis. Which one will provide the ultimate proof of Nefertiti first?

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