Predynastic Tomb Uncovered in Edfu

A British-Egyptian archaeological mission working in the Al-Kom Al-Ahmar area of the Upper Egyptian town of Edfu has discovered a pre-dynastic royal tomb of an unidentified king. A mummy found in the tomb belonged to a man who died in his late teens. 
Several objects, including a statuette of a man, arrow heads and several combs are also among the finds in this tomb.

Hierakonpolis tomb assemblage by Luxor Times

Some of the objects found in the tomb. See “Exclusive Photos” link from Luxor Times Magazine below for more.

This find may shed some new light on the formative period of the Ancient Egyptian civilisation.


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