Could King Tut's wife be buried in newly found tomb?
Famed archaeologist Zahi Hawass and his team say they've found evidence of a tomb that could belong to King Tut's wife. The archaeologists eventually plan to excavate the new tomb, which is located near the tomb of the pharaoh Ay (1327-1323 B.C.) in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, Hawass told Live Science."We are sure there is a tomb there, but we do...
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