Archive guard's tomb found in southern Cairo

05/9/2014 | Rapid City Journal (S.D.), The

A tomb dating back to about 1100 B.C. has been found by archaeologists in the south of Cairo, according to Egypt's Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim. The tomb at Saqqara appears to belong to an army archives guard and royal messenger. It was uncovered by archaeologists with Cairo University, who say it contains "very nice inscriptions."

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