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2,500-year-old reused tomb found in Luxor

The tomb of the 26th dynasty rule of Upper Egypt has been found inside the tomb of the ruler of Thebes in the 25th dynasty.

“Padibastet could be buried in a shaft inside the court or in a main burial chamber of Karabasken tomb,” the head of the mission Elena Pischikova suggested. She asserted that further cleaning of the tomb’s different sections and the continuation of the archaeological survey would definitely reveal more secrets of the tomb.

“It is a very important discovery,” the Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh Eldamaty told Ahram Online. He explained that the discovery has shed more light on the architecture and design of tombs of top governmental officials during the Saite period, especially the 26th dynasty.

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Story: Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online | Photo: Ahram Online

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