Massive Elongated Statuehead of Amenhotep III or Ramses II

Massive Elongated Statuehead of Amenhotep III or Ramses II

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Mystery Type: Artefact
Mystery Name: Massive Elongated Statuehead of Amenhotep III or Ramses II
Latitude: 25.740164
Longitude: 32.601411
Country: Egypt
Place Name: Luxor, Valley of the Kings
Approved: Yes
Description:

A massive elongated Statuehead of an ancient Pharaoh has been unearthed in the ruins of the pharaoh’s mortuary temple in the southern city of Luxor’s Valley of the Kings. Scientists are unsure if it depicts Amenhotep III or Ramses II. The most interesting Fact is the elongated Head.

Unsolved Mysteries:
To which other mysteries is it related to?, Which Pharaoh is depicted?, Why do we find elongated Skulls in many ancient Cultures?
Proven Facts: 2.5 meter tall elongated Statue Head
Type: Statue Head
Culture: Ancient Egypt
Age Dating: > 1.400 BC
Discovery Date: 2017
Linked Mysteries:

Linked Mysteries:

Mystery Name Mystery Type
Arkaim – Skeleton with elongated Skull Artefact
“The Woman of Tlailotlacan”, Elongated Skull Artefact

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Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valley_of_the_Kings
Links:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1254539/Massive-head-pharaoh-unearthed-Egypt.html, http://www.disclose.tv/news/historic_discovery_german_and_egyptian_researchers_unearthed_enormous_colossus_near_cairo/138130
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Video Links:
https://youtu.be/9C3A5R-RC-g

This mystery has been reported by Jahkri on 03/10/2017

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