Study confirms there is no hidden camera in Tutankhamun's tomb

Study confirms there is no hidden camera in Tutankhamun's tomb

After almost three months of study, a new geophysical study has provided exclusive evidence that there are no hidden chambers adjacent to or within Tutankhamun's tomb, in the Valley of the Kings.

The secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Mostafa Waziri, announced the results that were known last Sunday.

According to the study, Porcelli explained that after geophysical analyzes, no marked discontinuities were found along the walls, nor is there evidence of entrances or accesses of any kind.

"It is concluded, with a high degree of certainty, that the hypothesis about the existence of hidden chambers or corridors adjacent to the tomb of Tutankhamun are not supported by the GPR data," he explained.

This is the third GPR study to be conducted of the tomb, which was designed to stem the controversies that have arisen since 2015 when British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves theorized that Nefertiti's tomb was behind the north and west walls of the Tutankhamun's burial chamber.

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