Yesterday, archaeologists fully unveiled the tomb (KV63), and opened the last of seven sarcophagi, revealing that none of them held any mummies. Chief curator Nadia Loksaid said that what they did find (embalming materials, fragile fabrics & various religious artifacts) was even better than finding a mummy. Zahi Hawass believes the tomb could have belonged to Tut's mother, seeing that all the rest of his family had already been found.
The 12-foot-by-15-foot tomb hardly seems like something that the Mother of Tut would have, IMHO.
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