In Egypt, where the brightest artifacts of the ancient culture of people are located, new significant finds have been made. Thus, in the Sahara desert, in an 11-meter mine 19 miles south of the capital Cairo, archaeologists found 13 untouched sealed sarcophagi. Their age is estimated at 2.5 thousand years.
According to the Daily Mail, in the place where the discovery was made, there is a large funeral complex with a pyramid of Djoser. The first excavations have only discovered looted graves.
Experts believe, evaluating the condition of newly found sarcophagi, that they have never been opened. In the niches of the mine there were also silver funerary masks, scrolls with hieroglyphs, they should shed light on who these dead people were.