Archaeologists find 3,000-year-old tomb south of Cairo (13)

ANSAmed 2014.05.08 19:25
Near Saqqara, in well-preserved state Tweet (ANSAmed) - CAIRO, MAY 8 - Egypt's culture and archaeological heritage minister Mohamed Ibrahim announced on Thursday the discovery of a tomb dating back 3,000 years for an army archive guard and a royal messenger to foreign countries. The news was reported by the Egyptian wire service MENA.
TOMB, INSCRIPTION, MESSENGER, IBRAHIM, NECROPOLIS, AFTERLIFE, Egypt