Archaeologists claim to have found Egypt’s tomb after a lifetime mystery could be revealed

The word after Egypt must have been heard by many people, but you may not know that she is a true legend in history. Now, the mystery of the legend is expected to be solved. On June 18,media reported that the tomb of Egypt’s late Kleopatra VII may have been unearthed after being bitten to death by a poisonous snake for more than 2,000 years.

Archaeologists claim to have found Egypt's tomb after a lifetime mystery could be revealed

Archaeologists believe the mysterious Egyptian should be buried at a mysterious site in the Nile Delta, and archaeologists are carrying out a large-scale excavation, the report said.

Archaeologist Dr Catherine Martinez said: “We suspect that the mausoleum of Cleopatra VII is probably at the site of Taposiris Magna, where a gold leaf-decorated and unspoilt tomb has been found, which should be the tomb of Egypt’s most famous pharaoh. “

Cleopatra VII was the last female pharaoh of the Ptolemy dynasty in ancient Egypt. She let a poisonous snake bite herself to end her life with Egypt at the same time (there is also research that suggests she is more likely to die in the murder of Gaius Tweed). From then on, Egypt became part of the Roman Empire until the demise of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century.

She is outstanding, intelligent and witty, good at means, mind-taking, life full of drama. In particular, involved in the political vortex of the end of the Roman Republic, close relations with Caesar and Anthony, and accompanied by various rumors, made her a famous figure in literature and works of art. Therefore, also known as Egypt after the yan.