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In Egypt, Debate Rages Over Scans of King Tut’s Tomb

Scans of King Tut’s Tomb Reveal New Evidence of Hidden Rooms

For at least 3,339 years, nobody has seen what lies behind the west and north walls of the burial chamber of Tutankhamun.  But this secret of three millennia might not last much longer.

On Thursday, Mamdouh Eldamaty, the Egyptian antiquities minister, held a press conference in Cairo to announce a tantalizing new piece of evidence:  Radar scans on those walls have revealed not only the presence of hidden chambers, but also unidentified objects that lie within these rooms. These objects, Eldamaty said, seem to be composed of both metal and organic materials.

via Scans of King Tut’s Tomb Reveal New Evidence of Hidden Rooms – The National Geographic.

“It is full of treasures … the discovery of the 21st century.” — NILE Magazine.

Cosmic particles inside pyramids could unlock mystery of how they were built-The Guardian.

January Updates on ScanPyramids: Egyptian Pyramid Scans Reveal New Anomalies – Discovery News.

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