Remains of the great ruler's father are not in the same tomb, but may instead be in one nearby, new research says.
Who was laid to rest in a lavish, gold-filled Macedonian tomb near Vergina, Greece?
An ancient tombstone names a woman, but a male body was found beneath.
Built of brick and marble, the now gleaming white pyramid was erected as the burial chamber of a Roman magistrate, Gaius Cestius.
Far from being a romantic scene, the burial represent a human sacrifice in which the man was killed to be entombed with the woman.
Located east of Amenhotep's burial, the T-shaped tomb features colorful scenes on the walls.
The previously unknown queen is believed to have been the wife of Pharaoh Neferefre who ruled 4,500 years ago.
From a mysterious Greek tomb to revelations about King Richard, 2014 was a big year for big finds.
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