We were all just a little disappointed when KV63, heralded a bit prematurely as a new tomb, turned out to be a storage room (actually, there is a lot to be excited about with KV63–see the article comments within). Sometimes these things happen.
But if that little snafu prompts extra caution and discretion in the hunt for KV64, then that’s a Good Thing. Over at Heritage Key, I provide a little primer on this developing story..
The story of KV64 starts with the search for KV63, and this is a tale with more than a couple twists and turns. There is a good chance that KV64 will be announced this fall or winter, so you will want to know the entire back story. Hop over to Heritage Key, where I blog about this under my daytime name, Keith Payne: Ramesses, Thutmose or Nerfertiti? The Search for KV64.
For a blog that specializes in the search for KV64, don’t miss Kate Phizackerley’s News from the Valley of the Kings. Kate has devoted a considerable amount of time and effort to staying on top of this story.
Photograph “Rubble being cleared” by drewnoakes is courtesty of Heritage Key–All rights reserved.