Egyptian tomb found dating to 1100 BC

At the necropolis site of Saqqara, a tomb dating to 1100 BC has been discovered by a team of archaeologists.


The tomb is said to belong to a guard of the army archives and messenger to to foreign lands. The tomb walls has sparked the interest of researchers, as it shows very descriptive details of the funerary procession and the afterlife.

Saqqara was part of Memphis, and is also known as the place where the oldest Egyptian pyramid was built.



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