According to the seventh day newspaper , there is new discovery of Pharaonic tomb which is belonging to a man named "Hjoty Nakht".
He was the last ruler of the region in the era of the first transition (2150 - 1994 BC) .
The discovery is in the ancient area of Der AL-Barsha at the province of Manya.
It is notable that the findings seemed to be good and preserved perfectly.
It is noted that during the mission of the Belgian affiliate that belongs to the "Lou-vain" University, the archaeological who works within the cemetery of, "the first Aha Nakht ", the first governor in the Middle Kingdom (1994 - 1650 BC). In Deir al-Barsha in Mina Governor-ate, revealed a room inside the tomb returns to his father, "Hjoty Nakht".
It seemed that son "the first Aha Nakht " has been allocated a place inside the tomb to his father, which indicates that the "Hjoty Nakht" the father had been buried in his special tomb by his son.
The archeologists stressed that the inscriptions on the coffin contains what is known as the texts of the coffins, and this forms a group of texts which are very important religious texts collection that belongs to the Middle Kingdom.
also it is a link between the texts of the monarchy pyramids in the Old Kingdom and the famous Book " the Dead" in the era of the modern state.
it was known that the texts are usually in the coffins of the Middle Kingdom had begun in"Der AL-Barsha" with "Aha Nakht," which was the first owner of a coffin decorated with such patterns.
The Mission found the tools of religious rites that were made of alabaster and faience, copper, porcelain and still in their origin places . Among the tools were found, a lot of models alabaster jars, tables and offerings, and the headrests, and the shedding of the vessels of faience, a set of brass vases, dishes, tables and models for the offerings. As also found a unique ritual tools were not known only through ancient inscriptions.