An ancient stone chest and a mysterious ceramic box found in a burial site in Egypt may provide clues to the location of a Royal tomb.
Science in Poland reported that the 3,500-year-old stone chest, which contains a sacrificial goose, found in the Deir el-Bahri in Luxor. A pottery or ceramic, with the name of the Pharaoh Tuthmose II written in hieroglyphics, is also found nearby.
Goose egg and another egg believed to be from a hotel are inside the box. Archaeologists believe that the discovery may help lead to the Tomb of Tuthmose II, who is the husband of the famous female Pharaoh of the HART. Geese, and IBIS is about the name and titles of Tuthmose II, according to science in Poland.
High priest’s tomb found in Egypt
“The Emperor of the deposits indicates, the temple is built on behalf of the king, or a king’s mausoleum was established. Since we are in the center of the Royal Cemetery, which is of course a grave,”Professor Andrzej Niwiński from the Institute of Archaeology at Warsaw University, told Science in Poland. “The discovery of this Deposit indicating that we are in the process of discovery of the grave.”
Although still Thutmose II was found reburied in the so-called Royal cache of mummies at Deir el-Bahri, and no tomb has been identified as belonging to Pharaoh, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica.
Egypt will continue to reveal new aspects of its rich history. In a separate project, the Tomb of the amount of the high priest found near the Nile Valley City of sub-Central Egypt.
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In the Facebook posting, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and ancient, explained that several public cemeteries of the High Priest have been found in the village of Tuna al-Gabal. The area where is found a vast archaeological site on the edge of the Western Desert.
Last year, the archaeologists also discovered an ancient cemetery near the famous Giza pyramids outside Cairo.
Also in 2019, the Egyptian Antiquities Ministry announced the discovery of an ancient cemetery in the vicinity of the sub. Large cemetery located in the Northern part of the Tuna al-Gabal area. It includes a number of tombs of the bearing and has over 1,000 statues and about 40 a sarcophagus, and other items.
Mysterious ancient works of art depicting the female Pharaoh found unexpected
In 2018, a rare ancient artifact depicting the title appeared in the UK, stunning experts.
Consists of two limestone fragments have been glued together, the artifact has been in existence 20 years before it is selected as an object of processing of the session the students of Swansea University in Wales. Although the artwork being analyzed by students of Swansea University Egypt lecturer Dr. Ken Griffin noticed something unusual.
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Griffin recognized the art work of the image as similar to the engraving of the inside of the temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri.
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