Archaeological researcher Ahmed Amer said that the kings of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt made them statues in the form of a Sphinx and placed them in front of their temples to guard them.
The artifact is shaped as an anchor bearing the image of the writing and documenting ancient Egyptian goddess; Seshat.
The French archaeological mission headed by Frederic Colin succeeded in discovering three wooden coffins in the external courtyard of cemetery No. 33.
A cemetery of Amun-Re’s goldsmith, Amenemhat (Kampp 390), dating back to the 18thdynasty, along with a Middle Kingdom burial shaft for a family was discovered