Remains found in Egypt that date back approximately 2,200 years are likely those of a warrior killed during an uprising described on the Rosetta Stone, according to findings presented at the American Schools of Oriental Research's annual meeting. The stone mentions a revolt by native Egyptians against the pharaoh Ptolemy V.
2.2K-year-old remains may be from battle described on Rosetta Stone
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