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Archaeologists have discovered 83 graves from ancient Egypt, but the human remains weren't interred in sarcophagi, as is often the case. Rather, the deceased were buried in clay coffins.

Dr. Khaled El-Enany, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, announces the first archaeological discovery of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the year 2020, at the Al-Ghoreifa area in Tuna El-Gabal archaeological site, at Minya Governorate, where the Egyptian archaeological mission, headed by Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities succeeded to uncover several late period communal tombs of the high priests of god Djehuty and senior officials in the fifteenth Nome of Upper Egypt and its capital, Ashmunin.

After searching for years through screening the vast area of the Abu Qir Bay off the coast of Egypt, French archaeologist Franck Goddio and his team discovered a colossal face emerged from the watery shadows. 

A documentary on the dig for the body of Ankhesenamun who 'married her father, her grandfather AND her half-brother' could reveal new clues. Radar scans of the area detected a possible tomb entrance buried underground. Researchers are keeping tight-lipped about what they have found so far. Discovery Channel has 'exclusive' access to film the excavations, which suggests a discovery may have been made.

A research team at the Mansoura University Vertebrate Paleontology center (MUVP) uncovered a new extremely rare dinosaur species, Mansourasaurus Shahinae, in the Egypt’s Western Desert, one of the most fertile areas in the region during the Cretaceous Period.