The resting place of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, known for her beauty and power, has been unknown to the world. But one researcher has a hunch about where she was buried.
Nicholas Reeves, resident scholar at the School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona, has been studying laser scans of King Tutankhamen's tomb. (The scans were commissioned to create an exact replica to reduce damage from tourist traffic in the real tomb.)
Reeves used the scans to see the bumpy terrain of the walls behind the gilded frescoes that decorate it.