Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Egypt finds evidence of unfinished ancient tomb

Egyptian archaeologists who have completed excavations on an unfinished ancient tunnel believe it was meant to connect a 3,300-year-old pharaoh's tomb with a secret burial site. Egyptian chief archaeologist Zahi Hawass said it has taken three years to excavate the 570-foot (174 metre) long tunnel in Pharaoh Seti I's ornate tomb in southern Egypt's Valley of the Kings. 

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