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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt discovers 110 tombs near Nile Delta


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Cultural relics unearthed from a tomb are pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. REUTERS
Egypt
A cultural relic unearthed from a tomb is pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. REUtERS
Egypt
A cultural relic unearthed from a tomb is pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. REUTERS
Egypt
A human skeleton from a tomb is pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. REUTERS
Egypt
Undated image shows part in the archeological site of 110 tombs at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate north of Cairo, via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities,REUteRS
Egypt
A human skeleton from a tomb is pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.REUTERS
Egypt
Undated image shows a human skeleton from a tomb at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate north of Cairo, via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. REUTERS
Egypt
A human skeleton from a tomb is pictured at the Nile Delta, in this image released on April 27, 2021 by an archaeological mission operating in the archaeological area of Dakahlia Governorate via Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities, in Mansoura, Cairo. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities,REUTERS
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