A New Queen Found In Saqqara

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A New Queen Found In Saqqara

Post by Minimalist » Sun Jan 24, 2021 11:40 am

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-ne ... g0ODM3OAS2

Archaeologists Unearth Egyptian Queen’s Tomb, 13-Foot ‘Book of the Dead’ Scroll
The team also discovered dozens of sarcophagi, wooden masks and ancient board games
Now, reports Agence France-Presse, experts have finally identified the complex—which boasts a stone temple and three mud-brick warehouses that housed offerings and tools—as the tomb of Teti’s wife, Queen Naert. Around a month ago, the team found Naert’s name etched onto a wall in the temple and written on a felled obelisk near the entrance of the burial, per CBS News.

“I’d never heard of this queen before,” Hawass says to CBS News. “Therefore, we add an important piece to Egyptian history, about this queen.”
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Re: A New Queen Found In Saqqara

Post by circumspice » Sun Jan 24, 2021 5:32 pm

Now we await the opening of the sealed limestone sarcophagus...
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