This week's article is up on E-News:
Since last year, scientists have been researching the possibility that there are two hidden chambers behind the walls in King Tutankhamun's tomb. From looking at some laser scans taken of the tomb, British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves saw that there are several lines that might be plastered-over doors in the north and west walls, which open onto other rooms. Because of the paintings on the walls it is impossible to see these lines without laser images. However it is common for tombs to have plastered-over and hidden doors to keep robbers out.
(Taken from the intermediate level.)
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