Decode the mysterious cemetery about 3400 years

A 3,400-year-old graveyard was discovered in the city of Aswan, Gebel el-Silsila, deep beneath a quarry.

According to the disclosure from the Egyptian Antiquities Ministry, inside the graveyard is a temple and dozens of graves contain the remains of the rich.

However, officials did not find any documents inside that could determine whether the remains were from residents of Aswan.

What archaeologists have found is just a talisman, mummies and mummies have been around for a long time. Experts even found a ring with complex hieroglyphs from King Thutmosis III of Egypt.

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The ring with hieroglyphs has no solution of King Thuthmosis III.

Archaeologist at Lund University and Project Director Silsila Gebel el, Project Director, Maria Nilsson said: "So far we have recorded more than 40 graves, including a small temple on the river bank. However, at the present time, there is no information to reveal the identity of those buried in this tomb. "

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The graveyard was discovered in the ancient city of Aswan.

Excavation of graveyards became difficult due to the disturbance between bones, mud, and rocks due to flooding in the Nile.

It took a month before that archaeologists claimed they had discovered a hidden room inside the tomb of King Tutankhamun.

Egyptian archaeologist Nicholas Reeves told a news conference in Cairo that King Tutankhamun's tomb was originally occupied by Queen Nefertiti.

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The entrance to the grave is full of mysteries.

While no one knows if the cemetery in Aswan contains treasures, to solve the problem, researchers need to gather more information about the life of the Egyptians decades ago.

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