A bust built at the University of Bristol of a mummy known

A bust built at the University of Bristol of a mummy known

10/27/2021, 2:31:17 PM
A bust built at the University of Bristol of a mummy known as the Mummy of the Little Lady, which is the unofficial name given to a mummy found in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, in Tomb No. 35 by archaeologist Victor Lowry in 1898 AD, and through recent DNA tests, the identity of This mummy is the mother of King Tutankhamun, and the daughter of King Amenhotep III and Queen T, and was given the distinct designation (KV35YL) (“YL” is the abbreviation of the young lady in English) and the number 61072, and it is currently in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, and speculation was Early on she is moving towards being considered Queen Nefertiti, which is still popular among Egyptian archaeologists, but DNA tests have not confirmed this hypothesis, and questions about this possibility remain ongoing.

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