Expansive New Kingdom tomb unveiled in Egypt's Luxor

April 22, 2019 - General

Archaeologists on Thursday unveiled an unusually large tomb on Luxor’s west bank dated to ancient Egypt’s 18th dynasty.

Workers standing inside the gates of one of the largest newly discovered pharaonic tombs ‘Shedsu Djehuty’ in Luxor
 [Credit: Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters]The 3,500-year-old, 450-square-metre (540-square-yard) tomb contains 18 entrance gates and is believed to have belonged to a nobleman named…

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