The treasures of an historic Egyptian tomb, concept to be greater than THREE,500 years old, have been unveiled.
An archaeological challenge, affiliated with France’s School of Strasbourg, made the invention within the Assasseef valley near the city of Luxor.
Two sarcophagi, every containing a mummy, had been found. All are in perfect situation.
The archaeological dig also found out round 1,000 funerary statues on the site.
The tomb is believed thus far to the 18th Dynasty, which spanned from 1550 BC to approximately 1300 BC.
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