“A Spanish mission, led by Professor of Ancient History at the University of Jaén (UJA) Alejandro Jimenez has managed to open an intact tomb (over 4,000 years old) at Qubbet el Hawa, one of the largest private cemeteries in Egypt .
Professor Jaen, who found several years ago the Chamber of Secrets with the help of Dr. Mohamed el-Bialy, the then head of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Aswan and Nubia, has worked for three years to have access to the large slab polished stone that sealed the chamber.
Upon removal of the slab, the excavators were able to access the inside of the chamber and a coffin containing the mummified remains of an ancient ruler of Elephantine from the reign of Pharaoh Amenemhat III (1818 – 1773 BC)” – via Expreso.pe.
Read more here (in Spanish).
You can watch a video report of the opening of the tomb here: