Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed yet another major find in the Nile city of Luxor: the 3,500 year old tomb of a prominent goldsmith containing statues, jewellery, and, of course, mummies. It is believed the site, which includes a courtyard, two burial shafts and an alcove containing a statue of the deceased, dates back to the 18th dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom in around the 15th century BC.

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