From the outset, let's say that another fabulous archaeological treasure discovered in Egypt has apparently been discovered in the Valley of the Kings. It would be, it is thought, the tomb of Ankhesenamon, who would be, according to some sources, the love of Tutankhamun. In fact, she would be his wife, but also his half-sister.
So the science of Egyptology has not finished surprising us! Even if they are not yet completely certain to whom this tomb really belongs. Moreover, it turns out all the same that a definite answer on this subject will be revealed to us soon.
let's remember that Tutankhamun is the Son of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti (not to be confused with Queen Nefertari). In short, the world is not at the end of its surprises concerning the innumerable treasures of Egypt!
Born around -1345, died around -1327) is the eleventh Pharaoh of the XVIIIe dynasty (New Kingdom). Also according to the latest genetic studies, he is the son of'Akhenaten and his own sister. Whose identity is unknown, but referred to as Younger Lady, whose mummy is listed KV35YL. Manetho calls him Chebres.
We do not know why he is not the direct successor to his father. Maybe it's because of his too young age at the time. About nine years (we also find five or six years), in a time of trouble. However, the questioning of religions, the upheaval of traditional values and the risk of war with the Hittites.