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February 05, 2022

Egyptian and Italian archaeologists working near the Mausoleum of Aga Khan, west of Aswan, have uncovered a rock-cut tomb containing 20 mummies which date to the Greco-Roman Period.

The tomb is a rectangular structure with a courtyard carved in the bed rock inside which four burial chambers were found.

The director of the team, Patrizia Piacentini, highlighted that the tomb was a massive grave used to bury members of multiple families.

She also noted that many important archaeological artifacts such as an offering table, wooden religious statues, a copper necklace, panels with hieroglyphic text, & colored cartonnage were found inside the tomb.

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