GIZA, EGYPT - NOVEMBER 13: The three large pyramids of Menkaure (L), Khafre (C) and Khufu loom over the horizon November 13, 2004 at Giza, just outside Cairo, Egypt. The three large pyramids at Giza, built by King Khufu over a 30 year period around 2,550 B.C., are among Egypt's biggest tourist attractions. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Updated | An international team of archaeologists believes it is on the cusp of pinpointing the location of a secret room hidden within the Great Pyramid of Giza as it uses cutting-edge laser technology to map the 4,500-year-old ancient Egyptian wonder.
Medhi Tayoubi, president of the Heritage Innovation Preservation Institute heading the ScanPyramids project alongside the Faculty of Enginering at Cairo University, said the team, which uses infrared thermography to map subatomic particles, had confirmed there was a cavity inside the structure. Now the archaeologists need to find its exact location.
“All the devices we put in place are designed to find where the cavity is located. We know there is one, but we’re trying to find out where,” he tolf AFP. In October 2016, the group announced the discovery of a previously undiscovered cavity 105 meters high in a northeastern section of the pyramid. The size of the void in the pyramid corrseponded to rooms …