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Hawass gräbt wieder
Suche im Tal der Affen
Von naunakhte am 13.01.2018 um 21:39:46 

Laut seiner HP gräbt Zahi Hawass seit Anfang Januar im Tal der Affen, einem Seitental zum Tal der Könige, auf der Suche nach dem Grab von Anchesenamun - der Witwe Tutanchamuns und späterer Ehefrau von Eje.
Bezahlt wird die Grabung - wen wundert es - von Discovery Channel. Demnach werden wir die Ergebnisse (wenn es welche gibt) irgendwann im Fernsehen bestaunen können.

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unas20.01.2018 um 20:49:00
dazu auch Ahram online: Ancient-Egypt/Searching-for-the-tomb-of-Tutankhamuns-wife-Ankhes

Lutz06.05.2018 um 21:32:44
Afifi Rohim Afifi / Glen Dash : The Discovery of Intact Foundation Deposits in the Western Valley of the Valley of the Kings. - In: Current Research in Egyptology 2014 - Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Symposium, University College London and King's College London, April 9-12, 2014. - Oxford / Philadelphia : Oxbow Books, 2015. - S. 1 - 12.

Lutz26.07.2018 um 18:43:49
" Storied Media Group To Produce Docuseries On Excavation At Egypt’s Valley Of The Kings " (Deadline Hollywood - Nellie Andreeva und Denise Petski, 23.07.2018)
Zitat:
Ahead of the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, Storied Media Group has acquired the production and sponsorship rights to a large archeological excavation in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, to begin in September, led by renowned Egyptologist and archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass. The project is being pitched to multiple networks as a docuseries and possible live-event special. Storied Media Group was selected by Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities to document the event. ...


Lutz01.08.2018 um 21:46:43
" Where's the Tomb of King Tut's Wife? Valley of the Kings Dig Leaves Mystery " (Live Science - Owen Jarus, 30.07.2018)
Zitat:
... Discovered in 2010 near the tomb of King Ay (who married King Tut's widow), four foundation deposits were found that hold a blue-painted vase, knives with wooden handles and the head of a bovine. The four foundation deposits are in a rectangular shape. A radar scan of the site, in the West Valley, showed an anomalous void that hinted there was a tomb entrance near the deposits. Excavations resumed in January 2018. ...

... However, no tomb has been found. "We did not discover anything yet in the West Valley," Zahi Hawass, a former minister of antiquities who is leading excavations, told Live Science in an email. The team dug down to the spot where radar indicated that a tomb entrance may be located, but the researchers found nothing. The team is still digging in other areas near the foundation deposits in hopes of finding the tomb. ...

... In addition to work in the West Valley, Hawass is also starting to excavate in the East Valley, where archaeologists have found most of the Valley of the Kings tombs to date. ...




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