Indeed in the report of How Africa, Tutankhamun's father was Pharaoh Akhenaten, who was acknowledged to be the mother found in the KV55 tomb. The shoes were found by Howard Carter after finding the mother's funeral home and a fortune filled with King Tutankhamun's belongings. Carter's discovery of the site of Tutankhamun's burial in 1922 is quite likely to be the largest archaeological figure ever.
It took 10 years for Carter and his group to release the curios from the emperor's burial place and countless shoes and sandals were among the items found.
In a similar vein, archaeologists in Egypt unearthed more than 50 final resting places that date back to the time of the New Kingdom . Archaeologists found the King's funeral and the 13-foot-long Book of the Dead looks at the Saqqara necropolis, a large tomb in southern Cairo. The cemetery found was the place where the beautiful half of King Teti, Queen Naert, was covered.
The baskets were found by Egyptian expert Zahi Hawass and his associates. Speaking about the revelations, Hawass said he never knew about Queen Naert. Hawass explained: "I never knew about this free man. So, we add an important part to the history of Egypt, about this king."
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