3 - KV62 Whose Tomb? [V91]

KV-62 Nicholas Reeves 2020 (see all animations):
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD-SFAqqGpS603n_o7CORky6pUvB061X5

Animation 1: KV62-The Theory Summarized
https://youtu.be/tEGdzZxDBiY

Animation 2: KV62-Hidden Doorways
https://youtu.be/DXpiZUno0kc

Animation 3: KV62-Whose Tomb?
https://youtu.be/LRn1-drk2eQ

Animation 4: KV62-The Evolving Plan
https://youtu.be/LrNLFYTRrhw

Animation 5: KV62-HC's Investigations
https://youtu.be/NzlKQRTdoxc

Download paper: The Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62): Supplementary Notes (The Burial of Nefertiti? III) (2020)
https://www.academia.edu/44309046/The_Tomb_of_Tutankhamun_KV_62_Supplementary_Notes_The_Burial_of_Nefertiti_III_2020_?fs=cwwc-2823971344

These five animations have been created by Peter Gremse, ConzeptZone.de, to accompany the third of three papers investigating the archaeology, decoration and ownership of the tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62). This paper argues that Tutankhamun’s place of burial was not a modest official’s tomb taken over and completed for the young king’s use, but rather the adapted outer section of a significantly larger sepulchre – a queenly tomb begun for Nefertiti herself, adapted for Nefertiti as co-regent of Akhenaten, and ultimately employed for Nefertiti as Akhenaten’s successor, Smenkhkare. "

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