Zahi Hawass said in 2019 that they had uncovered evidence of Cleopatra’s grave within the temple of Taposiris Magna, 45 kilometers from Alexandria.
However, following a miscommunication, it became clear that to put it mildly, fewer and fewer individuals wanted to be a part of this amazing discovery.
That is until the team made a spectacular discovery in 2020, which rekindled their hopes of finding Cleopatra’s tomb.
Two of Egypt’s highest-ranking priests were found mummified in a hidden chamber within the temple, hinting that Egypt’s seductive queen is still alive and well.
The scarab symbol was worn on their necklaces by these two priests, one female, and one male, demonstrating that they had been working for Queen Cleopatra all along, since it was her sigil.
There is also proof that she communicated with them on a regular basis, even going so far as to discuss intimate matters with them.
Kathleen Martinez, the lead archaeologist in charge of the excavations for the past fourteen years, recently scheduled an interview with Channel 5 in which she stated that she will release all newfound information about the state of the two mummies’ bodies, as well as more information about their search for Queen Cleopatra’s tomb.