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Discover untouched Tomb for 4,400 years EgypTravel4You-Info

An exciting tomb discovery – the final resting place of a high priest, untouched for 4,400 years, decorative scenes show the owner, a royal priest named Wahtye, with his mother, wife and other relatives.   The tomb of a Pharaonic priest from the period of the 5th dynasty, then over 4,400 years ago but very well preserved, was discovered in the necropolis of Saqqara, south of Cairo. The agency Mena reports, quoting the Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, Khaled el Anany. The tomb belonged to a royal priest called “Wahty” who lived under Neferirkare Kakai, the third ruler of the dynasty, and is “exceptionally well preserved,” reports the Egyptian agency. Paintings have also come to light in the sepulcher of ten meters in length and three meters in...
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NEW DISCOVERY! Tomb discovered in Gebel el-Silsila Egyptravel4You- Info

Gebel el-Silsila: Today, the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquity went out with the press release of our latest discovery, announced by Dr. Mostafa Waziri, General Secretary. Here is the update! The Swedish-Egyptian mission at Gebel el-Silsila, Aswan Region, led by Dr. Maria Nilsson and John Ward (Lund University), under the supervision of the inspectorates of Aswan and Kom Ombo, has discovered an undecorated shaft tomb (5 m deep) with two chambers dating to the 18th Dynasty (Thutmosid period). The tomb is water filled and requires pumping to allow excavations.   Since a recent looting attempt in the tomb is also filled with sand and silt, and the extent of damage that was caused to the monument is still to be assessed. Mr. Abdel Moniem, General Director of Aswan and Nubia, says that...
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Discover 8 mummies south of cairo Dahshur, EgypTravel4You-Info

Egyptian Archaeologists Discover Several Ancient Egyptian Burials south of Cairo The Antiquities Ministry said the mummies dating to the Late Period (664-332 B.C.) are covered with a layer of painted material called cartonnage in the form of a human. The Egyptian Archaeological mission directed by Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, discovered several burials to the south east of the White Pyramid of King Amenemhat II in Dahshur, 22 miles south of Cairo. Dr. Waziri said that the mission started working at the site in August 2018 and discovered several burials contain 8 limestone coffins, inside the coffins there are mummies with cartonnage. Three of them are in a good state of preservation and they are dated to the Late Period. Dr. Waziri added...
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Discover a New Tomb in Luxor 3000 years old , EgypTravel4You Info

New tomb: An archaeological mission, affiliated with France’s University of Strasbourg, made the discovery in the Assasseef valley near the city of Luxor. Two sarcophagi, each containing a mummy, were found. All are in perfect condition. The archaeological dig also discovered around 1,000 funerary statues at the site. The tomb is believed to date to the 18th Dynasty, which spanned from 1550 BC to about 1300 BC. The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Mostafa Waziri, said at a press conference on Saturday that the team made the find after working at the site since March. Egyptian authorities on Saturday unveiled a well-preserved mummy of a woman inside a previously unopened coffin in Luxor in southern Egypt dating back more than 3,000 years. The sarcophagus,...
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