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Archaeologists Uncover 4,500-Year-Old Tombs Near Giza Pyramids


According to a report by Geek.com, archaeologists working near the pyramids of Giza in Egypt have discovered an ancient cemetery dating back thousands of years to around 2500 BCE and home to tombs of high-ranking officials. Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities reportedly said the discovery was made at the southeastern side of the Giza Plateau, near to where the pyramids are located.

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