This is the long-awaited sequel to the post about who will find Cleopatra’s tomb! I have been chewing my nails and searching the internet for any further clues lo these many months. Ten to be exact. The trail was cold. No updates on Dr. Martínez’ website or Facebook page, no online newspaper articles, no more […]Read more
Could Taposiris Magna Be The Place?
The final day of the initial two month excavation permit at Taposiris Magna, the archeologists on Dr. Martínez’ team sat on the ground, refused to work, and encouraged her to give up. Martínez said she would not. She would use every minute of those eight remaining hours. The Dominican asked her excavation team to spread […]Read more
Has Dr. Martinez Changed History?
Sorry, my WordPress scheduling app is not functioning. I will publish the information about the last ten years of Dr. Martínez excavations in Taposiris Magna by Wednesday. Gracias por su paciencia! Thank you for your patience!Read more
Dr. Martinez Strikes Gold
Martínez knew that no Latin American team had ever been granted an excavation permit in Egypt. No Egyptian she met had ever heard of the Dominican Republic. Did she have a chance to lead a project in that arid land? In order to seek permission to excavate in Egypt, groups are herded into Dr. Hawass’ […]Read more
Who Will Find Cleopatra’s Tomb?
Cleopatra’s burial site is still hidden. An archeologist from the Dominican Republic, Kathleen Martínez, may be the closest anyone has come to discovering it. She’s fought to live her dream of excavating to prove the Egyptian Queen’s role in ancient history. Kathleen Martínez was fascinated with Cleopatra from an early age. At 15, she declared […]Read more