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Have we found Nefertiti?

Beauty never dies, even beauty dating back to the 14th century BC. New findings facilitated by radar imaging show that behind the tomb of ancient Egypt’s boy-king, Tuankhamun, there lie secret passages, and a team of British archeologists believe they are likely to lead to his famed step-mother’s grave.
Nefertiti’s fame is best known for a 3,300-year-old bust depicting a stunning, self-confident empress year old bust that resides in Berlin’s Neues Museum.
If true, it would be the most important Egyptian archeological find in decades, and could serve as a godsend for Egypt’s tourism industry, that has been hard hit by political upheaval and security breaches in recent years.
“We said earlier there was a 60 per cent chance there is something behind the walls. But now after the initial reading of the scans, we are saying now its 90 per cent likely there is something behind the walls,” Egyptian Antiquities Minister Mamdouh Al Damaty told a news conference.