In Egypt, archaeologists have unearthed another pyramid

February 24, 2013 1:45

In Luxor, the Egyptian archaeologist from Belgium found another pyramid that is more than three thousand years. Tomb built for the vizier of Pharaoh Ramses II — one of the greatest rulers of ancient Egypt. In the first century AD it served as a hermitage for Coptic Christians.

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According to French publication Nouvel Observateur, this pyramid is a fraction of tombs of the Pharaohs themselves — only 15 meters. That is its original estimated height. Judging from the photos, the find is in poor condition until today remained only 5 meters.

> The Egyptian authorities have confirmed that the archaeological discoveries, noting that "this is one of the most significant finds in recent years."

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