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PHOTO GALLERY: Ancient necropolis discovered south of Cairo


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A deceased animal's skull inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Ancient statues discovered near an ancient necropolis in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Ancient statues discovered near an ancient necropolis in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Skulls are seen inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egyptian antiquities worker brushes a coffin inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egyptian antiquities worker brushes a deceased animal's skull inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egyptian antiquities worker brushes a coffin inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egyptian antiquities worker brushes a coffin inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Skulls are seen inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egyptian antiquities worker is seen inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Minister of Antiquities Khaled El Anany stands near a stone sarcophagi, discovered in an ancient burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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A wooden coffin inside the recently discovered burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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REFILE - CORRECTING GRAMMAR Men secure a stone sarcophagus discovered in an ancient burial site in Minya, Egypt February 24, 2018. REUTERS
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Egypt announced the discovery of an ancient necropolis near the Nile Valley city of Minya, south of Cairo, the latest discovery in an area known to house ancient catacombs from the Pharaonic Late Period and the Ptolemaic dynasty

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