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Czech Egyptologists uncover a tomb that nobody has seen for thousands of years

source: ČT 24


Czech archaeologists in Abusir, Egypt, continue a series of unique discoveries. This year they are exploring the tomb looking for a royal official from the 25th century BC. He worked as a chief designer in Pharaoh's court. So he designed a large tomb for himself. His name was Ptachuer. Its the tomb for a civil servant, where the wall has not been touched by the human hand for 4400 years.