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Excavations In Egypt's Aswan Reveal 33 Archaeological Tombs

The discovery's most intriguing facet lies in the thorough anthropological study conducted on the mummified remains. The findings unveiled that around 30-40% of these were newborns, teenagers, or young adults

Sailing on the Nile at Catarct, Aswan, Egypt Photo: Joseph Sohm/Shutterstock

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has just unveiled an incredible discovery - 33 archaeological tombs dating back to the Late Period of ancient Egypt and the Greek and Roman eras, found near the Aga Khan Mausoleum in Aswan governorate. This remarkable find made by a joint Egyptian-Italian mission offers a fascinating glimpse into the rich history of this region and is sure to captivate the imagination of history enthusiasts and explorers alike.