Tomb of Egyptian Dignitary Who Guarded Top Secret Documents Found in Saqqara

The black ink outlines on the exterior of the Egyptian dignitary’s tomb recently found at Saqqara indicate that his grave was likely never finished properly. Source: Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw

A 4,300-year-old tomb has been discovered in the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Saqqara, which is that of an Egyptian dignitary who was responsible for guarding top secret documents of the pharaohs.

Source: Ancient Origins

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