Tomb of Egyptian princess discovered near Cairo

11/5/2012 | Google

Czech archaeologists found the 4,500-year-old tomb of Egyptian Princess Shert Nebti near Cairo. Inscriptions written on the tomb's four pillars confirm that she is King Men Salbo's daughter. "She is the daughter of the king, but only her tomb is there, surrounded by the four officials, so the question is, are we going to discover other tombs around hers in the near future?" said Mohammed El-Bialy, head of the Antiquities Ministry's Egyptian and Greco-Roman antiquities department. "We don't know anything about her father, the king, or her mother, but hope that future discoveries will answer these questions."

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