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A mysterious Egyptian box with a goose egg, it may lead to the Pharaoh’s tomb

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An old stone on the chest, and a mysterious glass-ceramic with box, found at a burial site in Egypt, and can provide a clue to the location of a royal tomb.

Science in Poland, reports that of the 3,500-year-old stone coffin, in which a sacrificial goose, which was found in the Deir el-Bahri in Luxor. A ceramic or ceramic box, type the name of the Pharaoh Thutmose II, written in hieroglyphs, were also found in the area.

A goose egg is still an egg, is thought to be an ibis hotel was in the box. Archaeologists believe that the discovery could help in the tomb of Thutmose II, who was one of the most famous female pharaoh, Hatshepsut. The goose and the ibis is related to the names and titles of Thutmose II, according to the Science at the Poles.

THE HIGH PRIESTS’ TOMBS DISCOVERED IN EGYPT

“The royal deposit indicates that the temple was founded in the name of the king, or a king’s grave, it was set up. Since we are in the heart of the royal burial place, it is sure to be a tomb,” Professor Andrzej Niwiński from the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, said of the Science in Poland. “As a borg, that we are in the process of the discovery of the tomb.”

Mortuary temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Deir al-Bahri, Egypt – photo on file.
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While the remains of Thutmose II, have been found to be reburied in the so-called royal cache of mummies at Deir el-Bahri, not a tomb has been positively identified as belonging to one of the pharaoh’s will, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Egypt continues to reveal new aspects of history. In a separate project, the excavation of a number of high priests was discovered in the vicinity of the Nile Valley town of Minya in middle-Egypt.

AS A LEO MOM, MAY HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED AT THE FAMOUS PYRAMID SITE

In a Facebook post, the egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, explained that a number of common graves of the high priests, were discovered at the village of Tuna al-Gabal. In the area where the discovery was made, it is a vast archaeological site at the edge of the western desert.

Last year, archaeologists discovered an ancient burial site in the vicinity of the famous pyramids of Giza, just outside Cairo.

In 2019, the egyptian Antiquities Ministry announced the discovery of an ancient necropolis near Minya. The large cemetery is located to the north of the Tuna al-Gabal area. It has several burial shafts, and hosts more than 1,000 images, and a few of the 40 coffins, and other artifacts.

THE MYSTERIOUS ANCIENT WORKS OF ART DEPICTING THE FEMALE PHARAOH FOUND OUT BY ACCIDENT

In 2018, a rare and ancient artifact statue of Hatshepsut at the area of the united kingdom of wonderful experts in the field.

Consists of two limestone fragments that have been glued together, and the second was in storage for about 20 years before it was chosen as an object-handling session for students at the Swansea University, Wales, united kingdom. As for the artwork, it was analysed by the students of Swansea University’s Egyptology professor, Dr. Ken Griffin noticed something very strange.

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Griffin recognized that the work of art, and the iconography of it as being similar to a carving at the temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri.

The Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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