Archaeologists have discovered a tunnel beneath the ancient Temple of Taposiris Magna, which may lead to the last pharaoh of Egypt, the lost tomb of the famous Queen Cleopatra, subway reported.
According to reports, the tunnel is 6 feet high and nearly a mile long. It has been dubbed a “geometric miracle” by archaeologists. One of them, Kathleen Martinez from the University of San Domingo, believes Cleopatra and her lover Mark Antony were laid to rest in a temple near the ancient Egyptian capital of Alexandria.
According to British newspaper walkie talkieMs. Martinez said that if her theory about the burial ground is correct, it would be “the most important discovery of the 21st century”.
“As a result of 10 years of research on the historical figure of Cleopatra, I need to go to Egypt to do a field trip to see what is left of this temple to be sure that these remains are likely lost tombs. of Cleopatra,” she said. in a recent video interview with Heritage Key website.
“After three months of researching the area, I realized it was the perfect place for Cleopatra’s tomb. No one came up with this idea. If there’s a one-in-one percent chance that the last Queen of Egypt could be buried. kept there, it’s my duty to find her.”
Follow Live ScienceCleopatra was the last of a series of rulers known as the Ptolemies who ruled ancient Egypt for nearly 300 years. She ruled over an empire that included Egypt, Cyprus, parts of present-day Libya, and other territories in the Middle East.
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