An extra 350 ancient rarities have been found at Osarhat burial ground in Luxor, expanding the quantity of exhumed curios at the graveyard to 1,400 up until now, said Mostafa Waziry, Director General of Luxor Antiquities and Head of the Egyptian archeological mission working atthe site of the newfound Pharaonic graveyard in Luxor.
Waziry referenced in an announcement Thursday that the burial ground the resting spots of eighteenth Dynasty nobles, which comprised of an open yard prompting a lobby and afterward another long passage.
“In the wake of lifting 450 cubic meters of rubble, the passageway to the burial ground showed up and two doors to two different graves showed up in the yard itself,” Waziry said.
In the corridor, a wooden pine box bearing engravings was found in an excellent condition.
A nine-meter very much was found with two rooms at the base of the well. The eastern room contained ushabti statues and wooden veils. The western room is yet to be inspected, Waziry said.
Ancient pieces Minister Khaled al-Anany reported on Tuesday the revelation of a burial ground in Luxor that contains many pine boxes, Pharaonic mummies, ushabti statues and veils shaded with gold.
The burial ground, named “Camp 157”, was found by an Egyptian archeological mission on Luxor’s west bank and goes back to the eighteenth Dynasty. It had a place with a city counsel named Osarhat, Waziry said in a before articulation.