Egypt has unveiled an archaeological discovery at the Saqqara necropolis, south of Cairo that can be traced back 3,000 years. According to details, the archaeologists found 54 wooden coffins, ancient games, statues and masks. Many of the findings are still intact and painted in bright colours.
“All these discoveries will rewrite the history of Saqqara and the New Kingdom,” says archaeologist. The funerary temple of Queen Neit is also discovered near the pyramid of her husband, King Teti which dates back 4,200 years, Egypt’s 6th dynasty.