Scientists will use a number of cutting-edge devices, specifically designed to search for hidden tunnels inside the pyramid
Archaeologists who study the Great pyramids of Giza, began to search for the fugitives in the great pyramid “deepening”, which may be the grave of Nefertiti.
That the great pyramid may contain locked niches, scientists said in October of last year, writes The Sun.
Was then formed a team, called ScanPyramids. It specialists are using infrared thermography (a method of scanning, which detects heat generated by objects) are going to look inside the 146-meter pyramid of Cheops. In addition, archaeologists will use a number of cutting-edge devices, specifically designed to search for hidden tunnels inside the bent pyramid.
“The technique that we introduce, is designed to find where is hidden the cavity. We know exactly what it is, you only find out where it is, says Mehdi Tayoubi, President of the Institute of HIP, who heads the project ScanPyramids.
According to scientists, the hidden niche is the North side of the monument.
In 2015, archaeologist Nicholas Reeves of the University of Arizona has put forward the version that in the tomb of Nefertiti can be accessed through a secret door in the wall of the burial chamber of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun. However, Egyptologists considered this version convincing, which was confirmed by several further studies.
Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh of the New Kingdom of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV), who according to legend one of the most beautiful in the world women also were not found or recognized among the already found mummies.
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