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Stunning 18th Dynasty Amun-Re Tomb Unearthed in Egypt


Egyptian archaeologists discovered mummies and a trove of artifacts in an 18th dynasty tomb of a goldsmith of Amun-Re as well as an entrance to a Middle Kingdom tomb. The burial shaft, which is some 23 feet deep, bears a collection of mummies, sarcophagi, ushabti figurines and funerary objects. The second burial shaft, which was found on the left of the tomb's main chamber, has a collection of sarcophagi allegedly belonging to the 21st and 22nd dynasty.

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