Saqqara is an ancient cemetery of Egypt in Giza province today. Because Saqqara is located close to the Memphis capital of ancient Egypt, it is the relic of many pyramids. It can be said that the works at Saqqara are like the early versions of the later great works of Egypt.
Although built in the early period, the pyramids at Saqqara still retain the diversity and originality, the most famous of which is the pharaoh pyramid of Djoser and dozens of other noble tombs. .
The pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara.
Because of the value of Saqqara, this place has been searched and excavated for over 100 years. However, when Saqqara seemed to have nothing to discover, a recent publication by archaeologist Dr. Vasko Dobrev shocked:
" There are about 120 pyramids all over Egypt still hidden in a secret veil, most of them buried in the desert sand. Usually we only think of the most famous pyramids in Giza but "Saqqara was the first pyramid site to appear. It is here that has the potential to discover new pyramids and many other great things."
As revealed by archaeologist Vasko Dobrev, most of the undiscovered pyramids are still deep underground , just below the sand.
I have spent more than 30 years researching pyramids near the city of Cairo (Egypt). In comparison with history and logic, I have identified many other pyramids buried under the sand right inside the ancient Saqqara cemetery area. My assumption was correct when recent geological scans of the region actually showed signs of completely new pyramids lying in the desert sand , "said Dr. Vasko Dobrev.
A new pyramid was discovered during geological scans.
Dr. Dobrev predicts that the newly discovered pyramid complex belongs to Pharaoh Userkare, a ruler of Egypt for 3-4 years. In Egypt, almost every Pharaoh wants to build himself a monumental pyramid. The revelation will probably answer the question of how the pharaohs will build the pyramids if their term of office ends short.
In addition, the 30-year research results of Dr. Dobrev have been proven thanks to the advancement of technology today. According to what Dobrev stated, archaeologists are hopeful to learn that there are more than 120 large and small pyramids currently hiding throughout Egypt.