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Treasure trove at Egypt’s Saqqara necropolis uncovered by archaeologists

Treasure trove at Egypt’s Saqqara necropolis uncovered by archaeologists

Noted Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass revealed details of an ancient funerary temple in a vast necropolis south of Cairo. Archaeologists had unearthed the temple of Queen Neit, wife of King Teti, the first king of the Sixth Dynasty that ruled Egypt from 2323 B.C. till 2150 B.C. at the Saqqara necropolis. They also found a 4-meter long papyrus that includes texts of the Book of the Dead.

Tom A
Tom A
Tachyon
Tachyon 0 months

Unfortunately Egypt's Ministry of Revisionist History is in charge of this project so we may never know what they've actually discovered. I also hate to think what they're altering or destroying.

Richard Bond
Richard Bond 0 months

Well I'm sure the Egyptians are happy to find some of their ancestors treasure.

Dave
Dave 0 months

YOU MUST NOT READ FROM THE BOOK!

Unity.Nat
Unity.Nat 0 months

They likely already know of where these crypts are and are instead waiting every few years to keep the discovery relevent in the news cycle

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