Unraveling Tutankhamun’s Final Secret: Enigmatic Sarcophagus the Key to Proof of a Double Burial? – Part II | Ancient Origins Members Site


Unraveling Tutankhamun’s Final Secret: Enigmatic Sarcophagus the Key to Proof of a Double Burial? – Part II

Unraveling Tutankhamun’s Final Secret: Enigmatic Sarcophagus the Key to Proof of a Double Burial? – Part II

The sarcophagus in which Tutankhamun was interred upon his untimely demise in the confines of his tomb has for long puzzled Egyptologists. The existence of anomalies on its surface is perplexing. Even though it is obvious today that the coffer was not made with the boy-king’s burial in mind, the question remains, who was it appropriated from, and what’s more, could this grand sarcophagus lead us to the elusive Nefertiti?

Beyond the second rubble fill in the entrance corridor of KV62 was a sight that no archeologist had encountered before: a room (in this case the Antechamber) filled to the brim with pharaonic treasures. (Public Domain)

Beyond the second rubble fill in the entrance corridor of KV62 was a sight that no archeologist had encountered before: a room (in this case the Antechamber) filled to the brim with pharaonic treasures. (Public Domain)

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