An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua
An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua
Egypt

Archaeologists get first inside look of two ancient tombs after ‘exceptional’ discovery in Egypt’s Luxor

One has a courtyard lined with mud-brick and stone walls and contains a burial shaft leading to four side chambers, with artefacts such as fragments of wooden coffins

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An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua
An Egyptian archaeologist works on a mummy found in the newly discovered "Kampp 150" tomb on Luxor's west bank. Photo: Xinhua
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