Archaeologists’ 2,500-year-old coffins discovery

Ancient Egypt was the preeminent civilization in the Mediterranean world. Monuments and artifacts recovered by archaeologists are the main source of information about all of Ancient Egypt. It’s no wonder that we are yet to discover the secrets and mysteries of Ancient Egypt, and this discovery is surely the one of many yet to come.

In the desert of Necropolis Saqqara, Egypt, Egyptian authorities have discovered a minimum of 13 coffins dating back to 2,500 years ago. They are well-preserved and were found stacked on top of each other 11 meters down the depths of a well. As announced by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, there are no signs that the colorful coffins have been opened since their initial burial. There have been other discoveries of artefacts around the coffins that also seemed to be well-crafted and well-preserved as it remains colorfully decorated. Although the identity of those buried

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