The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced Monday a major discovery of 27 painted coffins in an 11 meters deep well at Saqqara Necropolis, to be the biggest discovery in 2020.
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Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced that more than 13 intact and sealed coffins were discovered in Saqqara, which is considered massive discovery.
Waziriy added that the Egyptian mission discovered in the cachette 30 coffins that date back to the 22nd dynasty.
A number of stone, pottery and wooden coffins were also found, some of which had mummies which were uncovered in good condition.
The Egyptian archaeological mission uncovered a number of archaeological burials that include coffins at the archaeological area of Dahshour.
The Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Khaled Anany announced the discovery of 8 tombs in the Tuna el-Gebel area in Minya Egyptian governorate.
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