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Child burials in southern Egypt

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This news was brought to my attention by Ruby04, so I thought I'd share it. This was very southern Egypt, and the site of Gebel al-Silsila was one of their granite quarries.

  • "The burials were found by archaeologists at the Gebel al-Silsila site. One was a tomb carved into rock for a child aged between two and three. In addition to the mummy linen, organic material from the remains of a wooden coffin was also found."

Full article here.

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