Blargh indeed. Well at least you didn't mistake a male mummy for being that of Nefertiti. . .
LOL, Psus...nice "dig" there. Don't worry, Unas...I know where I'm buried...
Thanks for the post and the updates, Neb...The press keeps referring to the find as an "intact burial" and "untouched tomb" and asks questions such as "whose tomb is it?" etc., etc. I got a kick out of Otto Schaden's comment that it "might be the tomb of the Gardener" for all they know at this point. It seems at first glance that they have a cache of mummies similar to the ones discovered in the cliffs in the 1880's. The "tomb" is likely no more than a storage room for funerary goods belonging to someone else's burial that was pressed into use by the priests to safeguard the mummies from future plunder.
From what can be seen in the dim photographs, they likely have at least ONE king...I can just make out an oversized anthropomorphic coffin sporting bag wig, and with arms crossed at the chest...strongly indicative of a Pharaoh...assuming that musical mummies haven't been played sometime in the distant past, and that the coffin's occupant is the original one. Can't wait for more updates!!