Intact tomb found in Valley of the Kings

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Publié le Friday 10 February 2006 by Thomas
CAIRO, Egypt (Reuters) — An American team has found what appears to be an intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings, the first found in the valley since that of Tutankhamun in 1922, one of the archaeologists said on Thursday.
The tomb contains five or six mummies in intact sarcophagi from the late 18th dynasty, about the same period as Tutankhamun, but the archaeologists have not yet had the time or the access to identify them, the archaeologist added.
The shaft leading to the tomb was (...)


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