"The Burial of Nefertiti?" Nicholas Reeves

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"The Burial of Nefertiti?" Nicholas Reeves

Berichtdoor Rozette » Ma Jul 27, 2015 5:53 pm

Nicholas Reeves

The Amarna Royal Tombs Project Occasional Paper No. 1:
"The Burial of Nefertiti?" is now available online at

Academia.edu
The_Burial_of_Nefertiti_2015_

Een buitengewoon onderzoek door Nicholas Reeves dat suggereert dat het graf van Toetanchamon werd gebouwd voor Nefertiti, en dat er meer kamers te vinden zijn in het graf .... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Super interessant :D !!!!!!
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Berichtdoor ancheperoere » Di Jul 28, 2015 8:56 pm

Je zou bijna zeggen: pak de hamer en een beitel, maar ... het zit achter de muur met de schilderingen. een goeie X-ray zou misschien wel nuttig zijn!!!
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Berichtdoor Jef » Wo Sep 16, 2015 3:54 pm

Het is verdacht stil rondom de ontdekking van Nicolas Reeves.
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Berichtdoor Rozette » Ma Sep 21, 2015 3:57 pm

Field trip to search for Nefertiti's resting place to start within a week.
Archaeologist Nicholas Reeves is to arrive to Luxor, 28 September, in the hope of confirming his theory on the location of Nefertiti's final resting place in Tutankhamun's tomb.

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/9/40/141972/Heritage/Ancient-Egypt/Field-trip-to-search-for-Nefertitis-resting-place-.aspx
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Berichtdoor gaspard » Ma Sep 21, 2015 4:23 pm

Ik ben uiterst benieuwd of Nicholaasje zijn theorie werkelijkheid wordt
Dat men met alle mogelijke middelen verhindert dat Zahi Hawass bij dat "gezellig onderonsje"aanwezig is :lol:
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Berichtdoor Philip Arrhidaeus » Do Sep 24, 2015 8:38 pm

22/09/15
Official says Egypt approves radar for Nefertiti tomb questhttp://www.thecairopost.com/news/168376/culture/official-says-egypt-approves-radar-for-nefertiti-tomb-quest
Mouchira Moussa, media consultant to the antiquities minister, said Tuesday that final security clearance will probably be obtained within a month.
“It’s not going to cause any damage to the monument,” says Moussa.


23/09/15
Radar examination is to be used to determine whether Nefertiti is buried inside the tomb of her son-in-law, King Tutankhamun

http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/142179.aspx
Mouchira Moussa, media consultant to the antiquities minister, said the radar is not going to cause any damage to the tomb’s walls and final security clearance will likely be obtained within a month. She added that British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves is to come to Luxor on Monday to inspect the northern wall of Tutankhamun’s tomb.
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Berichtdoor gaspard » Do Sep 24, 2015 10:57 pm

Jan en alleman heeft zo zijn mening over de theorie van Egyptoloog Reeves i.v.m. het graf van Toetanchamon :wink:
Ik wil echter weten of de beweringen van Reeves overeenstemmen met de werkelijkheid of "aandacht vragen van een egyptoloog" zijn.
Wanneer de veronderstelling van Reeves klopt met de realiteit dan zou zijn ontdekking zeker een even grote historische waarde hebben als het ontdekken van het graf van Toetanchamon door Carter.
Ondertussen zullen we GEDULD moeten hebben.
Wanneer de beweringen van Reeves niet zouden kloppen met de realiteit mag hij "op zijn kousevoeten"vertrekken en Mubarak en Morsi gaan opzoeken :lol:
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Berichtdoor yuti » Vr Sep 25, 2015 5:05 pm

"Egypt approves Radar for Nefertiti Tomb Quest"

http://www.scientificcomputing.com/news ... tomb-quest

Mouchira Moussa, media-adviseur van de minister van Oudheden, zei dat de uiteindelijke veiligheidsmachtiging waarschijnlijk zal worden verkregen binnen een maand.
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Berichtdoor gaspard » Za Sep 26, 2015 12:18 am

Die Egyptenaren denken echt dat ze "het koud water hebben uitgevonden" :lol:
Allemaal blabla :wink:
Ik wacht op het RESULTAAT van de confrontatie tussen Nicholaasje en zijn "vrienden-egyptologen" :!:
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Berichtdoor Jef » Zo Sep 27, 2015 4:26 pm

Deze week gaat het toch gebeuren heb ik begrepen. Dus ik ben benieuwd wat het onderzoek door middel van radar ons zal laten weten.
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Berichtdoor Philip Arrhidaeus » Ma Sep 28, 2015 8:35 pm

28/09/15
Anticipation grows at possibility of Tutankhamun tomb's hidden chambers

Examinations completed on Monday indicate the theory of British archeologist Nicholas Reeves may well be right
http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/147582.aspx
Antiquities minister Mamdouh Eldamaty announced on Monday that the first examinations carried out by himself and British archeologist Nicholas Reeves in Luxor on Tutankhamun's tomb have revealed that the tomb's northern and western walls both hide chambers.
There are scratching and markings on both walls like those found on the entrance gate of Tutankhamun's tomb when it was discovered in 1922, Eldamaty explained.
"This indicates that the western and northern walls of Tutankhamun's tomb could hide two burial chambers," Eldamaty told Ahram Online.
Nicholas Reeves said their investigations showed the tomb's ceiling extends behind the northern and western walls. He is now almost convinced his theory suggesting the existence of two undiscovered chambers is correct.
"After our first examination of the walls we can do nothing more until we receive the all-clear from the radar device to confirm the our findings," Reeves told Ahram Online.
Eldamaty has promised that on 4 November, the same day Tutankhamun's tomb was discovered, the radar results of scans on the two walls will be announced.


28/09/15
Opgravingen naar legendarische Nefertiti... op onverwachte plek

http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/961/Wetenschap ... plek.dhtml
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Berichtdoor gaspard » Di Sep 29, 2015 11:07 am

In de krant De Standaard van 28/9/2015 verscheen een bericht dat Egyptoloog Reeves met andere egyptologen gestart is met de exploratie van het graf van Toetanchamon.
URL : http://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20150928 ... 996fbd462b
Ik ben zeer benieuwd naar het resultaat.
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Berichtdoor Philip Arrhidaeus » Di Sep 29, 2015 7:36 pm

29/09/15
Ministry of Antiquities
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Eldamaty and Reeves visit three tombs in Luxor
https://www.facebook.com/Ministry-of-An ... /timeline/
Within the framework of the initial examination works performed at King Tut Ankh Amun's Tomb in Luxor to prove the recent hypothesis of the burial place of Qween Nefertity, Both Dr. Mamdouh Eldamaty and the British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves visited three tombs in Luxor; King Amenhotep (KV 35), King Horemhab (KV 57) and (KV 55) Tombs. [...]
Eldamaty said that after terminating the initial examination works, there is a great possibility (70%) that there are additional chambers lying behind one of Tut Ankh Amun Tomb's walls and perhaps one of them embraces the burial of Queen Nefertity.
Eldamaty pointed out that the next step is to present the file to the permanent committee of the Ancient Egyptian Antiquities to study and determine the future work plan as well as verifying the general specifications of the radar sets that will be used in the examination process, therefore deciding the appropriate methods to safely reach the new chambers.
It was also agreed that Reeves is to return once again to Egypt in mid November to start the actual examination of the tomb after getting all the necessary required approvals.
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Berichtdoor gaspard » Do Okt 01, 2015 10:25 pm

Op de website van ahramonline van 1/10/2015 staat dat Egypoloog Reeves op een persconferentie dd.1/10/2015 beweert dat het gouden dodenmasker van Toetanchamon aanvankelijk bestemd was voor Queen Nefertiti
URL : http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/151817.aspx
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Berichtdoor Philip Arrhidaeus » Za Okt 03, 2015 6:14 pm

02/10/15
Ministry of Antiquities
Press Office

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... ry_index=0

Outcomes of the “Burial of Nefertity” ’s International conference

Antiquities Minister Dr. Mamdouh Eldamaty declared that the evidences that the British Scientist “Nicholas Reeves” relied upon using a new technology to which previous generations had no access, to come up with his new archaeological hypothesis might lead us to a phenomenal archaeological discovery that could be similar to that of discovering the Tomb of Tut Ankh Amun itself. The declaration came in the international press conference held yesterday October 1st 2015 at the State Information Service, an event witnessed by a huge number of Egyptologists, scientists, reporters and journalists from all over the world.

Eldamaty pointed out that he agrees with Reeves in his theory concerning the possibility of the presence of some hidden chambers that might embrace the burial of a Royal Lady, probably “Kia” mother of King Tut Ankh Amun or “Merit Aten” wife of “Semenkh ka Re” brother of the Boy King and his successor. Eldamaty expressed his sincere wishes that the rear wall of Tut Ankh Amun’s Tomb might reveal Nefertity’s Tomb as anticipated by Reeves, emphasizing that the Ministry of Antiquities is doing its best to facilitate the work performed by Reeves. He also said that this file will be discussed immediately by the Permanent Committee to take the necessary procedures.

Eldamaty added that actual works inside the Tomb is expected to start within one to three months after studying and deciding which is the best technical procedure to be used in order not cause any harm to the original Tomb.
On the other side, the British Scientist Nicholas Reeves outlined the details of his archaeological hypothesis and the evidences he relied upon yielded by a new technology; the digital scanning of surfaces, which in this instance has revealed the seeming presence of two intact doorways behind the painted decoration of the Burial Chamber’s west and north walls. It looks – according to Reeves – as if one of these doorways may lead to the burial of Neferity herself. Reeves said that a study of his appeared only 2 months ago under the title “The Burial of Nefertiti” which has taken him almost 18 months to write, test and recheck of evidence.

Within the evidences Reeves displayed came the evidence of the functional piercing of the Tut Ankh Amun’s famous mask ears which indicate that the mask had once carried earrings, a form of jewellery never worn by kings beyond enfancy. Reeves suggests that the famous gold mask had never been intended for Tut Ankh Amun at all. Another evidence is the cartouche that has been altered. Reeves explained that comparison with traces of text inside the King’s four gold canopic coffinettes reveals the woman in question to have been Nefertity – the original owner of as much as 80% of Tut Ankh Amun’s burial furniture.

Reeves finally added in his speech that the old story of Nefertity being dead before Akhenaten and was buried at El-Amarna appears now to be mistaken: she “disappears” from the records simply because she changed her name to be a junior ruler alongside Akhenaten and then, after his death, to the role of fully independent pharaoh with the name Smenkhkare. Tut Ankh Amun’s Tomb was first prepared - according to Reeves – for Nefertity but the plan was changed after the sudden death of the Boy King. The external parts of Nefertity’s tomb were redeveloped to be used as a tomb for the Boy King. Therefore, all indications point out that Nefertity’s burial actually lie beyond the north wall of Tut Ankh Amun’s Tomb.

© Ministry of Antiquities, Press Office
wrote : Gehad Elrawy
Translated by: Eman Hossni
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