Archaeologists discovered another pyramid in Egypt

Archaeologists discovered another pyramid in Egypt

Cairo : Egypt | Feb 21, 2013 at 6:35 AM PST
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Previously unknown pyramid was discovered by Belgian scientists at the Luxor in southern Egypt. Construction is expected to apply to the era of the pharaohs XIX Dynasty. On Thursday local media reported.

Find pyramid have two archaeologists from the Free University of Brussels and Ghent during excavations on a hill Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. Scientists believe that buried in the tomb of Ramses the Second Vizier (about 1279-1213 BC) named Kai.

Egyptian authorities confirmed the archaeological discoveries,


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