Ancient Egyptian Tomb Unveiled  in Saqqara Necropolis

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Ancient Egyptian Tomb Unveiled in Saqqara Necropolis

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Cairo: Archaeologists in Saqqara, Egypt, have revealed a 4,000 year old tomb carved into rock, marking a significant discovery. Dated between 2649 and 2150 BC, the tomb offers insights into different historical periods. The findings include burials, architectural elements, and artifacts like a vividly colored mask, a child’s burial site from the Second Dynasty, and a well-preserved alabaster vessel from the 18th Dynasty. The tomb, situated south of Cairo, showcases Egypt’s rich history. Saqqara, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to numerous pyramids and has been a site of recent archaeological revelations. [Source: Azernews]