A Dominican archaeologist sponsors an expedition in Egypt that experts think is about to locate the Egyptian queen Cleopatra’s tomb who sedated Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony.
Kathleen Martinez, defined by a Catalonia newspaper as a rich explorer born in Santo Domingo, began her quest in 2004 when she traveled to Egypt to implement her ambitious project.
"Under her orders and paid from her own pocket, a team of 30 people removed from soil from the temple Tabusiris Magna, near Alexandria, in search of what would be the greatest archaeological discovery since Tutankhamen’s tomb," explains the website Egyptology Friends (EA).
The press agency AFP said Martinez is part of a Dominican-Egyptian expedition allegedly found "Cleopatra’s alabaster head.”
Rick Darby scripsit:
Julius Caesar and Mark Antony were sedated by Cleopatra's tomb? Was it
injected into them, or were they just next to her tomb when they were
sedated? In either case, a bold new theory. I love this kind of thinking
outside the box, or tomb.
"The press agency AFP said Martinez is part of a Dominican-Egyptian
expedition allegedly found 'Cleopatra¹s alabaster head.'
If her head was made of alabaster, no wonder she was able to keep it when
all about her were losing theirs (like Pompey).
I'm sorry, I get these spells sometimes.