What happened to the missing mummies of Egypt& lost queens .
SACRED MATRIARCHY - The New Find Demonstrates the Primacy of the Maternal Line of Descent in Kemit - The coffin inscriptions mention a Priestess named Khnum-Aah, who was the mother of both men. According to Egyptologist JoAnn Fletcher from the University of York “Many written sources from Egypt show precedence to the maternal line. From the official lists of early kings whose names are accompanied by those of their mothers to non-royal individuals, who likewise cite only their mother’s…
Though Joann Fletcher has been somewhat discredited, this presentation of her search for Nefertiti's tomb makes a good example of Refutation/Confirmation as each discovery must be examined to see if it refutes or confirms Fletcher's idea that the tomb she found is Nefertiti's. #classicalcomposition www.writingtheclassiclway.com
To test this theory, here are comparisons with the two female Egyptian mummies that are currently vying for the name "Nefertiti" ... both from tomb KV35. First is a superimposed image of Mummy 61072, first proposed by Marianne Luban to be Akhnaton's Queen back in 1999, on our sculpture from Adolf Hitler's museum. In June of 2002, Joann Fletcher, caused a great sensation when she announced having discovered the long-lost queen... this same long forgotten mummy from KV35 called the younger…
Immortal Egypt with Joann Fletcher, review: 'excellent'
Joann Fletcher was disarmingly enthusiastic throughout this four-part BBC Two series, says Phil Harrison
Momia y Busto de Nefertiti. El 9 de junio de 2003, Joann Fletcher, especialista en el análisis capilar de la University of York en el Reino Unido, anunció que se había encontrado la momia de Nefertiti en la tumba KV35 del Valle de los Reyes, en Egipto.