Archaeological findings. (Reuters/Mohammad Abd al-Ghany)
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Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the tomb of a priest dating back more than 4,400 years in the pyramid complex of Saqqara south of the capital of Cairo, authorities said Saturday.The tomb belongs to "Wahtye," a high priest who served during the fifth dynasty reign of King Neferirkare, the Antiquities Ministry said.In November archaeology officials announced the discovery in Saqqara of seven sarcophagi, some dating back more than 6,000 years, during excavation work started in April by the same archaeological mission.
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