King Tut's Tomb lay undisturbed for roughly 3,300 years until English archaeologist Howard Carter discovered it Nov. 1, 1922. Carter and his team happened upon it as they dug near a spot where the tomb of Ramses VI had been found years earlier. Digging thirteen feet below the Ramses tomb they discovered a staircase that led to King Tut's Tomb.
Valley of Kings, Egypt. Queen Hatshepsut's mortuary temple. See how big it is? I've been there twice. In 2008 (in a group) then by myself, May 2012. I felt drawn to go there again the 2nd time. Like a sort of pilgrimage. Ivonne Teoh.
The Definitive Ranking Of The 11 Most Badass Queens In History
Queen Zenobia ruled the Palmyrene Empire in Roman Syria during the third century. When her husband (King Septimius Odaenathus) died, Zenobia took over. She fought the Romans, conquered Egypt and expanded her empire before eventually being defeated. | The Definitive Ranking Of The 11 Most Badass Queens In History
The "Band of Holes" consists of approximately 6,900 unexplained man-sized holes carved into the barren rock near Pisco Valley, Peru on a plain called Cajamarquilla. It dates back to ancient times and remain a mystery much like neighboring Nazca Lines and Machu Piccu best appreciated from the air and satellite imagery. You might want to locate them with Google Earth.