Spanish Archaeologists Discover 2,500-Year-Old Mummy in Egypt’s Luxor — Egyptian Streets

A team of Spanish archaeologists have discovered a mummy that could be at least 2,500 years old in the Egyptian city of Luxor, Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities announced on Sunday. Led by Myriam Seco Álvarez, the Spanish archaeologists unearthed the mummy in a tomb near the temple of king Thutmose III. The tomb likely belonged to…

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