New Discovery in Egypt Unearthed!

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Recent discovery in Saqqara, Egypt: mummification workshops, tombs, and high-profile finds.

Key Insights

  • Recent discovery of human and animal mummification workshops and tombs in Saqqara, Egypt.
  • The workshops date back to the 30th dynasty and the Ptolemaic eras.
  • Excavations near the sanctuary of the goddess Bastet led to the discovery.
  • Tombs belonging to two priests, one called Ni Hesud Ba, were found nearby.
  • Ni Hesud Ba's tomb dates back to the Old Kingdom, 5th dynasty, 4,400 years old.
  • The tomb contains daily life scenes, such as harvest, cultivation, and musical instruments.
  • Egypt has been conducting extensive archaeological digs in Saqqara and other ancient locations.
  • Many high-profile discoveries have been made recently.
  • The question remains, what will they find next?

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We may be on our way to learning more about the mysteries of ancient Egypt with a recent discovery. Human and animal mummification workshops were recently unearthed, along with a pair of tombs in the ancient burial ground of Saqqara. The head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities told reporters the two large mummification workshops date back to the 30th dynasty and the Ptolemaic eras.

These were the fruits of a year’s worth of labor, an excavation near the sanctuary of the goddess Bastet, home to the catacombs of mummified cats in Saqqara.

The Saqqara excavations also led to the unearthing of two small, 4,400 and 3,400-year-old tombs nearby, belonging to two priests. We found one of the most beautiful tombs here. We call it Ni Hesud Ba. Back to the Old Kingdom, 5th dynasty, 4,400 years old, he got a lot of different titles. Titles for the daily life and titles for the life after death, or what you call it, religious titles. Inside the tomb, we found all the daily life scenes, like harvest, like cultivating, like musical band, musical instruments. A guy who’s playing the flute and stuff like that.

Egypt has carried out extensive archaeological digs in Saqqara and other ancient locations in recent years, which have resulted in a number of high-profile discoveries. Which begs the question, what will they find next?

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This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Egyptian Dig Turns Up Incredible Discoveries’ by Inside Edition