Egypt said Monday it will conduct more tests this week in search of a hidden chamber in King Tutankhamun’s tomb that a British archaeologist believes may be the burial place of Queen Nefertiti. Archaeologists have never discovered the mummy of the legendary beauty, but renowned British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves said in a recent study that her tomb could be in a secret chamber adjoining Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of Kings in Luxor in southern Egypt. Reeves, who was in Luxor in September to probe his theory, believes one door of Tutankhamun’s tomb could conceal the burial place of Nefertiti. Antiquities Minister Mamduh al-Damati said more tests will be carried out inside Tutankhamun’s tomb over three days starting Thursday ‘to see if there are secret chambers behind its walls’. ‘The search will involve using radar and infra-red technologies,’ Damati said, adding that they would

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