Nearby south side Neferirkare´s pyramid in Abusir are situated ruins. German egyptologist Ludwig Burchardt did the sonde, but he found it was not something interesting for him. That was a mistake. It were not two mastabas, how he thought, but the tomb of Chentkaus II. The ruins are situated nearby Neferirkare´s pyramid. That is the reason why the egyptologists thought that it could be the pyramid complex Neferirkare´s wife.
Decline of the 4th dynasty end is enveloped in many mysteries. Even more mysteries than with the rise of the dynasty. Close towards the dynasty we meet the woman – queen Chentkaus I. Unfortunately we did not know anything about her. Everything was covered by mystery. Gradual excavations which were discovered said us that the queen was very important for the end of 4th dynasty and the rise of 5th dynasty.
The Cambridge’s Fitzwiliam Museum let examine a 3,000-year-old fingerprint. The fingerprint was discovered in 2005, but it hasn’t been publicised yet. It was confirmed by Julie Dawson, head of conservation at the Fitzwiliam Museum that exhibits the coffin.
Horemheb was the last pharaoh of the 18th dynasty and his reign lasted for 30 years. Horemheb was buried in the Valley of the Kings, where he let built a tomb presently known as KV 57. The tomb of the Pharaoh Horemheb was not accessible for the public, but it will be reopened on 4th November 2015, said Mamdouh al-Damaty, the Antiquities Minister.