Archaeologists have made special discoveries in Egypt. Archaeologists have discovered the entire city near Luxor since the time of the Pharaohs, where there are three palaces and a government center. The city of central Egypt was built about 3400 years ago, not far from the famous Valley of the Kings. For centuries, these buildings have been invisible under the sand.
Excavation work began in September while searching for a mortuary temple near Luxor. Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass said that a few weeks later, archaeologists discovered almost complete brick structures of walls and chambers. Some walls are nearly ten feet high.
The excavation is in good condition. In the room, historians found everyday utensils, such as pots, as well as statues, rings and scarabs (parts). Archaeologists also discovered ovens used to make glass and pottery. Since the Pharaoh City was discovered in September last year, most of it has not yet been discovered.
The American Egyptian expert Peter Lacovara spoke to Reuters’ “Pompeii” news agency, referring to Roman archaeological sites in Italy. He called the discovery a “very important discovery,” and it provided an insight into the life of the powerful pharaoh Amenhotep III during the reign.