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    Tutankhamun’s Tomb Likely Contains Secret Chamber

    Was it a burial fit for both a king and a queen? King Tut’s tomb — perhaps the most famous Egyptian burial site — is unusually small for a monarch. This led British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves to theorize that when the young pharaoh died unexpectedly he was hurriedly buried in an outer chamber of Queen Nefertiti’s tomb. Egypt’s Minister of Antiquity says new radar scans indicate a 90 percent chance of at least one secret chamber behind the tomb’s wall, prompting speculation that her royal highness is hidden there, too.

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