Largest Egyptian sarcophagus belonged to warrior pharaoh

12/7/2012 | LiveScience.com

A team of archaeologists has identified the owner of the largest early Egyptian sarcophagus in a burial chamber in Egypt's Valley of the Kings as Pharaoh and Warrior King Merneptah. Researchers made the discovery after they reassembled the box, which was broken into fragments more than 3,000 years ago. Merneptah won battles against Libyans and a group known as the "Sea People."

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