Hundreds Of Mummies Discovered Near King Tut’s Tomb

On the 100-year anniversary of unearthing King Tut's tomb, archaeologists discover hundreds of tombs and mummies buried in Giza.

  • Just a stone’s throw from King Tuts tomb, archaeologists have unearthed the pyramid of an unknown Egyptian queen.
  • The findings include mummies, artifacts, and a network of new tunnels.
  • Researchers believe the mummies may belong to some of King Tut’s closest generals and advisors during his reign (1333 B.C. until his death in 1323 B.C.).