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4,000-year-old tomb discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists say they have uncovered the tomb of an ancient royal official buried more than 4,000 years ago in Egypt. The country's Ministry of Antiquities say they believe the burial site belonged to a woman named "Hetpet," a high-ranking royal palace official. The tomb was discovered during a recent excavation mission in the Giza western cemetery region, which is known to house burial sites of former royal palace officials. In a statement, the ministry added that the tomb's style dates back to Egypt's Fifth Dynasty during a period known as the Old Kingdom.


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