10 NEW ARCHEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES IN EGYPT
1) FINDS A NEW CAME IN A VERY GOOD PROTECTION IN EGYPT
Near Luxor in southern Egypt, there was a new mummy preserved in a very good condition dated between 1075 and 664 BC. Pharaoh III. The mummy, located in a grave dating from 1075-664 BC, near a temple belonging to the Tutmosis period, was placed in a wooden sarcophagus wrapped in a linen cloth tied with plaster and painted in light colors.
2) 86 CATED MEALS IN EGYPT DISCOVERED
In Egypt, on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Berenike, near the Red Sea, there were 86 domestic cat tombs dating to the Roman period. The form of burying the cats shows that they are not part of a religious ceremony, but only domestic animals that die of natural causes.
3) A LIKE 5-YEAR-OLD LAKE FOR THE BIRTH OF JESUS IN EGYPT
In Egypt, Italian researchers discovered a 5,000-year-old rock painting depicting a newborn baby and a star in the east between two animals and parents. In this rock painting, a newborn baby is pictured a little above, like rising to the chest. This position, which Babe has not yet had between her parents, could mean birth or pregnancy.
4) COMPANY IN EGYPT II. AMENHOTEP VE III. NEW CEMETERS HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED FOR TUTMOSIS PERIOD
A group of archaeologists from the University of Lund, north of Gebel Al-Silsila in Aswan, Pharaohs of the New Kingdom era II. Amenhotep and III. Tutmosis ran into rocky tombs from his time. Nasr Salama, the director of the Asan Historical Works, has published archaeological material from these newly discovered graves until now. Tutmosis and II. He said that it was limited to the Amenhotep periods and that there were painted sarcophagi, sculptures, painted boxes, ceramic vessels, jewels and amulets in the graves. These new graves in the Gebel Al-Silsila region of Egypt continue to change perceptions about the region.
5) A MEZAR FROM THE KING OF THE LIFE OF THE EGYPT OF THE KING OF THE EGYPT
A special burial was discovered in the necropolis of Theban in the Luxor city of Egypt. It was discovered that the tomb in the El-Khokha area, located on the western bank of the Nile, was beautifully decorated and probably based on the period of the 19th and 20th Dynasties. The first examinations at the grave reveal that the tomb belonged to a royal printer named Khonsu.
6) AN ANCIENT BUILDING COMPLEX IS FINDING IN EGYPT IN PI-RAMESSES ANTIQUE CITY
In Egypt, a monumental building complex and child footprints were unearthed in Qantr. An excavation team from the Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum in Hildesheim, Germany, Pharaoh II. During the Ramses period, Pi-Ramesses (Qantir), the capital of Egypt, uncovered sections of a monumental complex and a mortar pit with child’s footprints. Mahmoud Afifi, President of the Egyptian Historical Works Institution, said that this structure is a monumental complex measuring 200 to 160 meters in dimensions. According to Afifi, the complex is probably part of a palace or temple.
7) 8 METRIC SCULPTURES EARNED IN EGYPT
Egypt’s capital city, Cairo, when it was first uncovered II. A sculpture of 8 meters in length, believed to belong to Ramses, but later belonged to I. Psamtek, was discovered. The statue found in a mud hole in Heliopolis, east of Cairo in early March, Pharaoh II, ruled between 1279-1213 BC. It was thought to depict Ramses. Experts say that this statue, II. 600 years after Ramses; Explained that it belonged to Psamtek I, who ruled between 664 and 610 BC. In the sculpture inscription, one of the five names of Psamtek, ‘Nebaa’, was passed.
8) THE SCIENTIFIC TIEGE OF THE EGYPTIAN IN LUXORANCE
In a temple at Kom al-Hittan on the western coast of Luxor, Pharaoh III. Amenhotep’s wife and queen Tiye, the grandmother of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, was discovered a unique sculpture. The Egyptian Historical Monuments Minister Khalid El-Enani, who visited the region to study the discovery, described it as a unique and remarkable work of sculpture. Enani also said that until now there was no statue of the queen Tia’s alabaster, and that all of the earlier sculptures unearthed in the temple were carved into the quartzite stone.
9) 6-YEAR-OLD ROCK IMAGES IN EGYPT DISCOVERED
A group of Egyptian scholars from Bonn University discovered rock paintings dating back to the 4th millennium BC in a necropolis near Aswan city of Egypt. The discovery was shown by the Minister of Historic Affairs as one of the 10 most important archaeological discoveries in Egypt and received an award. Shamanic figurines and hunting scenes are depicted in these pictures, which were discovered in a necropolis near Aswan city of Egypt and sculpted into rocks. These images, which are discovered according to the researchers, may form a link between Egyptian Neolithic period and Ancient Egyptian culture.
10) IN THE EGYPT, A SECOND HEAVY MEZAR WAS RELEASED IN THE 12TH ANNIVERSARY
West of Aswan city of Egypt II. A robust tomb structure in which one of Sarenput’s most important governors was buried was discovered. In the inscriptions on the sarcophagi, the name of the dead; respectively Shemai, her parents; Satethotep and Khema’s names were written. Shemai’s eldest brother, II. Sarenput; II. Senwosret and III. He was one of the strongest governors of Egypt during the Senwosret period. Apart from his position as governor of Elephantine, he was the general of the Egyptian troops and was responsible for the cult of different gods. The building offers a unique opportunity to study the living conditions of the upper class of Egypt 3,800 years ago.