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Egyptian authorities Saturday unveiled a well-preserved mummy of a woman inside a previously unopened coffin in Luxor in southern Egypt dating back to more than 3,000 years.The tomb contained five colored masks and some 1,000 Ushabti statutes, the miniature figurine of servants to serve the dead in the afterlife.The tomb, which also contains mummies, skeletons and skulls, dates back to the middle-kingdom almost 4,000 years ago, but was reused during the late period.Egypt has revealed over a dozen ancient discoveries since the beginning of this year.
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