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Standing before the majestic gold, ochre and white frescoes of Tutankhamun's tomb, British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves Monday passionately defended his daring theory that Nefertiti is buried in a secret chamber. With the help of a sophisticated radar, Reeves aims to prove Nefertiti is buried there in a hidden chamber of the young pharaoh's underground tomb that long hid the most fabulous treasure ever discovered in Egypt.Tutankhamun's death would have forced priests to reopen Queen Nefertiti's tomb 10 years after her death because the young pharaoh's own had not yet been built, Reeves said at Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, southern Egypt.Circled by archaeologists and officials from Egypt's antiquities department, Antiquities Minister Mamduh al-Damati listened attentively to the expert from the American University of Arizona as Reeves said the frescos in the chamber could conceal two secret doors.
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