Too good not to share, this beautiful procession of 18 Kings and 4 Queens were moved carefully to a new museum in Cairo. Beautiful.
We also must give kudos to Kathleen Martinez, a young archeologist, searching for Cleopatra's lost tomb.
She has already discovered 16 mummies at Taposoris Magna. Remarkable.
Excerpt from 'The Nature of Things' Article
This is the story of one remarkable woman searching for another, separated by thousands of years.
With unimaginable wealth and power, Cleopatra was the greatest woman of an era and one of the most iconic figures of the ancient world. Searching for Cleopatra, a documentary from The Nature of Things, explores her political genius, scholarly accomplishments and history-making alliances with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
Cleopatra's fascinating mythology has captured the imagination of everyone from Shakespeare to Hollywood, as well as generations of historians — and, now, lawyer-turned-archaeologist Kathleen Martinez.
Martinez has devoted nearly two decades of her life to perhaps the greatest mystery of all: Cleopatra's tomb has never been found.
But how is it possible that the most famous woman of the ancient world remains missing today?
"Because Cleopatra outsmarted everyone," Martinez says.
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