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Archaeologists Have Discovered A 7000-Year-Old Lost City In Egypt

Archaeologists Have Discovered A 7000-Year-Old Lost City In Egypt

Meanwhile, Central Administration of Upper Egypt Antiquities, Hany Aboul Azm, said that they have now discovered 15 ancient graves, which are made of mudbrick and are huge, signifying that these burial sites belong to people with influence and high social status in the community.


Egyptian Archaeologists Unearth 5000-Year-Old Ancient City

Egyptian Archaeologists Unearth 5000-Year-Old Ancient City

Egypt has unearthed a more than 7,000-year-old city and cemetery dating back to its First Dynasty in the southern province of Sohag. According to Afify, the city and cemetery likely belonged to senior officials who were responsible for building royal tombs, as the archaeologists found a number of tools that indicate that the residential city was largely responsible for supplying the labor force required to build royal tombs.


Bayern Munich posts record turnover at €626 mil, up 20%

Bayern Munich posts record turnover at €626 mil, up 20%

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Archaeologists Have Discovered A 7000-Year-Old Lost City In Egypt

Archaeologists Have Discovered A 7000-Year-Old Lost City In Egypt

Meanwhile, Central Administration of Upper Egypt Antiquities, Hany Aboul Azm, said that they have now discovered 15 ancient graves, which are made of mudbrick and are huge, signifying that these burial sites belong to people with influence and high social status in the community.


City from 5300 BC is uncovered in Egypt

City from 5300 BC is uncovered in Egypt

He added that a group of mudbrick huts were also discovered within the settlement as well as a collection of artefacts from daily life, including the remains of a large number of clay vessels and stone tools used in land cultivation, which suggests that the huts could have belonged to workers supplying the settlement with provisions.


Ancient city uncovered in Egypt

Ancient city uncovered in Egypt

Archaeologists claimed to have found huts, pottery and stone instruments said to date back to 5316BC, a part from 15 large graves, with some notably larger than the royal graves in Abydos, indicating the high social standing of those buried.