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KING Tut’s tomb will be probed by scientists in bid to find a mysterious treasure-packed lost chamber that could be the “discovery of the century”.

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Egypt’s Valley of the Kings will welcome a team of archeologists who are plan to restart the search for the lost chamber of King Tutankhamun. 

State-of-the-art radar systems will be used scan the depths of the ancient Egyptian king’s 3,300-year-old resting place to find and open the legendary secret room.

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