Archaeologists Find Unexpected Contents Inside Alexandria Coffin

A massive black granite sarcophagus has been discovered in Egypt. It was found in a tomb 5 meters (16 feet) below the surface alongside an alabaster sculpture of a male head, thought to be that of the occupant. The lid of the 265-cm (104-in) sarcophagus is sealed with mortar, indicating that it has not been removed in its 2,000-year entombment. The find occurred in Alexandria, and is thought to be the largest sarcophagus ever discovered there... Continue Reading Giant black granite sarcophagus unearthed in Egypt Category: Science Tags: Archeology Related Articles: This iceman wouldn't be caught dead in any old leather Debate stirs over mysterious "void" found inside Egypt's Great Pyramid Startling fossil find shows Homo Sapiens is 100,000 years older than previously thought "Digital deforestation" reveals lost Mayan city

Archaeologists find ancient pottery workshop in Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered an ancient pottery manufacturing workshop dating to more than 4,000 years ago.

Thu 19 Jul 18 from Phys.org

Egyptian Tomb Discovery Puts Curses on the Brain Online

Tue 17 Jul 18 from Discover Magazine

Giant black granite sarcophagus unearthed in Egypt

A massive black granite sarcophagus has been discovered in Egypt. It was found in a tomb 5 meters (16 feet) below the surface alongside an alabaster sculpture of a male head, thought ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Gizmag

Archaeologists opened the big, black sarcophagus found in Egypt

Now, what's in the big black box?

Fri 20 Jul 18 from ZME Science

That Massive Black Sarcophagus Was Opened. Here's What's Inside.

A massive black sarcophagus found in Egypt and dating to the time of Alexander the Great has been opened.

Thu 19 Jul 18 from Livescience

Egyptian mystery sarcophagus opened, revealing its secrets - CNET

The massive granite sarcophagus failed to unleash an ancient curse.

Thu 19 Jul 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

Archaeologists OPEN mystery 9-foot black sarcophagus in Egypt, despite repeated warnings of a CURSE

The move to open the coffin, which was was confirmed by Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt.

Thu 19 Jul 18 from Daily Mail

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