Ancient tomb of previously unknown queen discovered in Egypt
Archeologists have discovered the tomb of an ancient Egyptian queen, in a necropolis southwest of Cairo. Queen Khentakawess III is thought to be either the wife or mother of Pharaoah Neferefre, who ruled 4500 years ago. Abu-Sir, where the tomb was unearthed, was an Old Kingdom cemetery, where there are several pyamids dedicated to Fifth Dynasty Pharoahs, including Neferefre. Read more: bbc.co.uk
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