British Archaeologist Nicolas Reeves feels that he may have found the resting place of Nefertitis’ mummy. After studying the high-resolution images taken of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 2009 Reeves was able to discern the texture of the walls of the tomb beneath the paint. This allowed Reeves to discover what he believes are two plastered over doors. Although it is still far from certain that anything exists behind these doors, Reeves believes he has found the likely resting place of Nefertiti. Examination with seismic X-ray and ground penetrating radar equipment is the next step in determining whether or not Reeves is right.
I currently work for the University of Melbourne Australia as an academic specialist - curriculum designer in the Faculty of Arts. Where I work with other academics, primarily in history, to advise and assist subject coordinators in redesigning subject syllabi, structures and teaching delivery. Previously I taught Ancient History and Classical Languages at another Australian university for seven years full-time. I have taught various aspects of Roman, Mycenaean and Greek history and created courses on Barbarian Europe, Terrorism and Rebellion in the Ancient World and Ancient Warfare.