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Find a mummy, "Custodian of the royal house" Pharaonic

Monday, 14 November 2016
Pharaonic mummy was found by the Spanish mission in Egypt Pharaonic mummy was found by the Spanish mission in Egypt

The Egyptian Ministry of State for Antiquities announced, found the mummy in a pharaonic tomb intact, inside a coffin, wrapped Ertunaj (Gypsum with linen) stained.

The walls of the cemetery inscriptions indicate that they date back to a person named (Air NF Amen) the title of "Custodian of the royal house" and the cemetery holder back to the era of transition III (1075-664 BC), located near the Temple of "millions of years", along the south wall of the temple, which dates back to the reign of Thutmose III of the 18 family (1550-1291 BC).

Cemetery found by the Spanish mission, and will be the announcement of the new discoveries in the cemetery immediately after the completion of the mission of the work.