Ptolemaic rock-cut tombs discovered in Alexandria — The Archaeology News Network

An Egyptian archaeological team has discovered a cemetery dating back to the Ptolemaic dynasty in Alexandria. Credit: Egyptian Ministry of AntiquitiesThe team was conducting archaeological testing at a site in Gebel El-Zaytoun, where a fence was to be established, inside workshops of the Railway Authority in the Mediterranean city when they made the discovery. Credit:…

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