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In 2015, archaeologists scanned the tomb with radar hoping for clues.
Both Reeves's theory and the inconclusive results have been dismissed by other Egyptologists.
But Egyptologists say that science cannot replace archaeologists and their work on the ground.
"It is important to have science in archaeology," said Hawass.
It has employed infrared thermography and muography in its quest.For any kind of use, permission of the copyright owner must be obtained. © 2009 Birkhäuser Verlag AG Basel · Boston · Berlin P. Box 133, CH-4010 Basel, Switzerland Part of Springer Science Business Media Printed on acid-free paper produced from chlorine-free pulp ∞ Cover illustrations: see pages 50 and 89 Printed in Germany ISBN 978-3-7643-8932-1 e-ISBN 978-3-7643-8933-8 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Contents Preface . The pretreatment methods that we mainly focus on are used to remove contaminant carbon from a range of sample types or to isolate a particular chemical fraction from a sample prior to combustion/hydrolysis, graphitization, and subsequent AMS C measurement.The methods described are for bone (collagen extraction, with and without ultrafiltration), cremated bone, tooth enamel, charcoal, grain, carbon residues, shell, wood (including alpha-cellulose isolation), peat, sediments, textiles, fuel/biofuel, and forensic samples.