UNVEILED: Inside the newly-discovered 3 500-year-old Pharaoh tomb

2019-04-19 18:37

A large tomb of an ancient Egyptian nobleman who likely served King Thutmose I thousands of years ago was unveiled by Egypt’s Ministry of antiquities on World Heritage Day, 18 April 2019.

The 450-square metre, 3 500-year old rock-cut tomb located on Luxor’s west bank contains 18 entrances, and is believed to have belonged to Shedsu-Djehuty, royal master of seals for ancient Egyptian kings of Upper and Lower Egypt.


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