Egypt unveils Pharaonic tomb, home to 50 mummies

Egyptian archaeologists uncovered a Pharaonic tomb containing 50 mummies dating back to the Ptolemaic era, in Minya, south of Cairo, the ministry of antiquities said on Saturday. The mummies, 12 of which were of children, were discovered inside four, nine-meter deep burial chambers in the Tuna El-Gebel archaeological site. The identities of

Burial chambers, mummies found at site in Egypt

Egypt on Saturday announced the discovery of a collection of Ptolemaic burial chambers containing a large number of mummies, in Minya, south of Cairo. Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany revealed that the first discovery of 2019 included at least 40 mummies, of which ten are thought to belong to children - the

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