The tomb of the famous Egyptian queen Cleopatra may soon be revealed to the world

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Archaeologists have found a tunnel under the ancient Taposiris Magna Temple

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The entrance to the long-lost tomb of Cleopatra may have been discovered under a tunnel in Egypt

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The tunnel is located about 43 feet below the 'Great Tomb of Osiris' located outside the ancient Egyptian capital of Alexandria

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Archaeologist Kathleen Martinez called the tunnel 'an engineering marvel' and reported that a good portion of the tunnel was discovered under the Mediterranean Sea

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Cleopatra was the last pharaoh of Egypt

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The famous queen committed suicide at the age of 30 in 30BC

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Cleopatra was buried with her lover Mark Antony

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Cleopatra wanted to be buried with her lover because she wanted to recreate the story of Isis and Osiris

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Archaeologist Martinez believes that Cleopatra and her lover Mark Antony were laid to rest within the temple

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