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Moscow, September 10 – AIF-Moscow.
The Egyptian authorities announced that archaeologists have found three new mummies in the tomb of the king’s jeweler, naidennaja near Luxor, about 700 kilometers South of Cairo, reports BBC News.
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It is reported that the tomb belongs to the period of the New Kingdom (XVI-XI century BC).
According to preliminary data, found the mummies belong to a woman and her two children. Mother died around age 50, it is noted that she suffered from a bone disease caused by bacteria. Her sons were no less than 20 and 30 years.
In addition, the tomb was found a statue of a jeweler Amenemhat, is shown seated next to his wife.
According to the Minister of antiquities of Egypt, Khalid al-Anani, on the walls of tombs, scientists have been able to read four new name of the people whose graves have not yet been found.