Egypt Uncovers Lost Golden City Dating Back More than 3,000 Years

egypt uncovers lost golden city dating back more than 3000 years

Egypt seems to be on a spree of ancient discoveries. Last year in October, over 50 mummies were found at the UNESCO heritage site of Saqqara Necropolis.

Now archaelogists have discovered the largest ancient city ever found in Egypt. 

It was unearthed hundreds of miles south of Cairo, not far from the tombs of the Valley of the Kings near Luxor.

Experts are saying it’s likely the lost Golden City, buried under sands near the modern-day city of Luxor, home of the legendary Valley of the Kings. Egypt’s most important discovery was made by a team led by archaeologist Zahi Hawass.

The discovery of the ancient city is one of the most important since the unearthing of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1992.

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