Archaeologist Kathleen Martinez's new theory about Cleopatra's tomb suggests that her grave could be found in a place known as Taposiris Magna. Cleopatra was the last queen in Egypt and one of the most famous rulers of history, famous for marrying the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. The queen committed suicide in 53 BC, after being arrested by the.
Archaeologists are getting closer to discover the resting place of Cleopatra. by Janice Friedman. 686 views. A limestone stele, carved just two years before the Rosetta stone and identical to another inscription found in the temple of Isis on Philae, was unearthed in southern Egypt. It is the promising finding of the archaeological mission that has been searching the Taposiris Magna temple.
Cleopatra's Lost Tomb (DVD): Dr. Kathleen Martinez, criminal lawyer turned maverick archaeologist, searches for Cleopatra's lost tomb. Very little evidence remains of Egypt's last queen, but Kathleen's radical new theory about the real Cleopatra has led her to look where no one else has dared and her hunch is paying off. Could Kathleen be closing in on Cleopatra's final resting place?
Searching For Cleopatra is being helmed by Arrow Media, alongside Handel Productions and Rezolution Pictures, and aims to challenge established thinking about the queen, while providing an exclusive look at a recent expedition by archaeologist Kathleen Martinez. The documentary has been commissioned as two different, 60-minute versions. On the.
Kathleen Martinez passed away in NY, New York. Funeral Home Services for Kathleen are being provided by REDDEN FUNERAL HOME. The obituary was featured in Daily News on January 6, 2019.
Amateur archaeological sleuth Kathleen Martinez's quest to find Cleopatra's tomb took her to a temple complex known as Taposiris Magna, which is located 25 miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. Could it be the site of Cleopatra's lost tomb? History; Episodes. January 21, 2020. Secrets of the Dead: Bombing Auschwitz. Would an Allied attack on Auschwitz have stopped future atrocities? July 2, 2019.
The popular image of the lovers is of Cleopatra played by Elizabeth Taylor opposite Richard Burton in the 1963 Hollywood film of the Egyptian queen. It was during filming that the co-stars became.
Dr. Kathleen Martinez, the head of the Dominican archaeological mission, is the one who put forth the theory that Taposiris Magna might be the answer to the mystery. The temple and its surrounding city constituted an important port city during that period. Archaeologists digging at Taposiris Magna, where they believe the tomb of Cleopatra to be.