Archaeologists Have Unearthed A Tomb Containing 3,500-Year-Old Mummies In Perfect Condition

It’s November 2018, and in Egypt’s Assasseef valley, close to Luxor, archaeologists have made an incredible discovery. The team have uncovered two sarcophagi within the depths of a tomb that’s thought to be around 3,500 years old. And after opening these stone coffins, the researchers find something astonishing: impeccably preserved remains.

Thanks to the myriad archaeological wonders that have been found there, Luxor has been dubbed the “world’s greatest open-air museum.” This description is largely down to the fact that Luxor stands upon the ruins of the ancient Egyptian city once known as Waset – which was a place of no small importance.

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