A decorated tomb belonging to a scribe named Djehuti-imhatu, who served the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, was found in Egypt.
The find was discovered by a Czech team of archaeologists working in the Abusira area, located between Giza and Hakkara in northern Egypt, reports the Greek Reporter.
The burial chamber of Djehuti-imhat depicts many interesting scenes and hieroglyphs, writes the High Council of Antiquities of Egypt.
After an in-depth study of the skeletal remains, scientists discovered that Djehuti-imhat, who lived around the first millennium BC, died at a young age of 25.
|Photo: Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities|
The analysis also showed that he suffered from a severe form of osteoporosis.
|There are many interesting scenes and hieroglyphs depicted in the burial chamber of Djehuti-imhat|
The discovery of the tomb is expected to contribute to a better understanding of the historical narratives and traditions of ancient Egypt, the Czech Institute of Egyptology says.
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|The opening of the tomb will contribute to a better understanding of the historical narratives and traditions of Ancient Egypt|
The Secretary General of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, Mostafa Waziri, also emphasized the importance of the discovery.
|The archeological mission was conducted by scientists from Charles University in Prague|
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