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Swedish archeologist finds ancient mass grave in Egypt

John Ward and the team with one of the sarcophogi. Photo: Gebel El Silsila Project

Published: 15.Dec.2018 10:23 hrs

A Swedish archeologist has discovered a 3,000-year-old mass grave at the Gebel el-Silsila site in southern Egypt.

Maria Nilsson, Researcher in Classical Archeology at Lund University, told Sweden’s TT newswire that although her group had so far dug through less than half of the grave site, they had already found a large number of human remains. 
 
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