Archaeologists in Egypt may have found the tomb of Queen Nefertiti
From the magazine “Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt” ( 01.07.2001. ) – “Egyptologist Susan James (Susan James) from UK claims. that the mummy of Nefertiti was more than a century kept in the Museum – however, under an assumed name. James suggests that Nefertiti was found by French archaeologist Victor lore in 1898. During excavations of the Royal burials in Egypt in one of the rooms adjacent to the Pharaoh’s tomb, he discovered a mummy of a woman and two children, boy and girl. After hair analysis of the mummies, scientists have come to the conclusion that this is Tut’s grandmother, Queen Tiu. The mummy brought in the directory at number 61070 and considered the issue resolved. However, according to James, this hypothesis explains not all. According to the extant data, when Tiu died, she was at least forty years. The study of the mummy gives a totally different age: 28 years. Scholars believe that Nefertiti died around 1336 BC when she was 28 or 29 years – the same as mummy, which was found in the lore. Yet another confirmation of the assumption James is the appearance of mummies: all known signs Nefertiti fit her. It is impossible not to pay attention to the obvious similarity of mummies with well-preserved portraits, including the famous bust of Nefertiti from the Egyptian Museum in Berlin. Susan James Cambridge claims that she was able to identify a mummy found in 1898 in the Royal burial and known as “Elder woman”. By the way, that’s all about it it is known. In the directory is mummy number 61070. Maybe she finally has a name.”
Suggest the substitution: the mummy of Nefertiti change alive, Putin will up it in the same tomb. Embalming not necessarily so Botox is not decomposed.