Ancient Egyptian coffin found in Israel
Thought to date back 3,300 years, the ancient coffin was unearthed in Israel's northern Jezreel Valley and is believed to contain the remains of a local nobleman who lived during the reign of pharaoh Seti I. Not only is the discovery the first of its kind in the region in over half a century but it also helps to cement the idea that Egypt's ... (more)
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