Archaeologists unearth female singer's tomb

Archaeologists unearth female singer's tomb

Luxor : Egypt | Jan 15, 2012 at 9:00 AM PST
Source: Mail and Guardian
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In a rare find, Egyptian and Swiss archaeologists have unearthed what is estimated to be a 1 100-year-old tomb of a female singer in the Valley of the Kings, an antiquities official said on Sunday. It is the only tomb of a woman not related to the ancient Egyptian royal families ever to be found in the Valley... FULL ARTICLE AT Mail and Guardian
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