This news (via Ra/Emerald Guardian/13 jan) very very moved me.. Great Discovery& my congratulations for team Min Project! I visited West part of King Valley in february 2009… where i spent whole day.. only with my partner in journey… without other tourists.. the all were on other, East site.. Friendly Guardian said me that people are not interested this place.. too empty to buy ticket… I, however, after a visit to the eastern side at the day before.. felt that I must go back to Thebes on the next day.. but on Western side… in this way, resigned from visit in Karnak.. It was like voice calling me… i am here and wait on you.. please.. come back.. back.. so so.. in this way.. i found him.. https://liviaspacedotcom.wordpress.com/my-egypt/kamien-faraonow/cdn
Tomb Of Osiris Discovered
January 5, 2015 – A Spanish-Italian archaeological team, in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, has made an incredible discovery in the necropolis of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, on the West Bank at Thebes, Egypt – an enormous ancient reproduction of the mythical Tomb of Osiris as described by Egyptian legend, complete with multiple shafts and chambers. Inside the tomb complex, researchers found a carving of Osiris and a room with a wall relief depicting a demon holding knives.
According to the Spanish news agency EFE, the tomb embodies all the features of the tomb of Osiris, as told in ancient Egyptian legends, and is a smaller version of the design of the Osireion, built under Egyptian pharaoh Seti I in the city of Abydos, Luxor. Researchers believe the tomb complex dates back to the 25th dynasty (760 – 656 BC) or 26th dynasty (672 – 525 BC), based on…
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