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NEWS: Egyptian princess’s tomb from 2500 BC uncovered

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The antechamber to Princess Shert Nebti’s tomb, which contains four limestone pillars (Supreme Council of Antiquities/AFP)

“Egypt’s antiquities minister announced overnight the discovery of a princess’s tomb dating from the fifth dynasty (around 2500 BC) in the Abu Sir region south of Cairo.

“We have discovered the antechamber to Princess Shert Nebti’s tomb which contains four limestone pillars,” Mohamed Ibrahim said” – via Herald Sun.

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5 comments on “NEWS: Egyptian princess’s tomb from 2500 BC uncovered

  1. The name of that king is ridiculous. There’s no 5th dynasty king with that name. Someone has made a grave error… I very much look forward to detailed pictures of those limestone pillars so we can read it for ourselves what they say…

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