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Egypt archeologists unearth 110 ancient tombs in Nile Delta

Egypt archeologists unearth 110 ancient tombs in Nile Delta

Egyptian archaeologists unearthed 110 burial tombs at an ancient site in a Nile Delta province. The graves, some of which have human remains inside, were found at the Koum el-Khulgan archaeological site. These include 68 oval-shaped tombs dating back to the Predynastic Period that spanned from 6000-3150 BC. The discovery is the latest in a series of archaeological discoveries in recent years.

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Dave
Dave 1 weeks

Oh come on guys, you're only supposed to find one every couple of years to keep the public interest! You can't just blow your load and uncover 110 all at once!

MrVairhein
MrVairhein 1 weeks

Crazy how we are still discovering these kinds of ancient ruins. Very neat

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