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Tomb of Head of Pharaohs Physicians of fifth dynasty discovered
El Ahram ^
| 22 Oct 2013
| Nevine El-Aref
Posted on 10/22/2013 9:30:21 PM PDT by BlackVeil
The tomb of the fifth dynasty Head of Physicians of Upper and Lower Egypt, Shepseskaf-Ankh, was discovered in Abusir Necropolis - 25km from the Giza plateau, during excavation by a Czech archaeological mission.
The tomb is carved in limestone and consists of a large open court, eight burial chambers for Shepseskaf and his family members, and a very distinguished huge false door engraved with the various titles and names of Shepseskaf-Ankh. ...
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TOPICS: Chit/Chat; History
KEYWORDS: egypt; tomb
The tomb belonged to a distinguished physician.
posted on 10/22/2013 9:30:21 PM PDT
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(What would Michael Collins do?)
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