Archaeologists unearthed 160 sarcophagi in an Egyptian city of the dead. They opened one that was sealed for more than 2,500 years. | West Haven Observer

Archaeologists examine a mummy inside a newly discovered coffin on November 14, 2020 in Saqqara, Egypt. Kyodo News via GettyArchaeologists have found 160 sarcophagi in an ancient city of the dead beneath Saqqara, Egypt since September.The wooden coffins were perfectly sealed. They’d remained undisturbed for 2,500 years….

Source: Archaeologists unearthed 160 sarcophagi in an Egyptian city of the dead. They opened one that was sealed for more than 2,500 years. | West Haven Observer

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