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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

New Pyramid discovered in Egypt at Sakkara

Perhaps it's just me, but I feel that Dr. Zahi Hawass is the mafia of Egyptology. If he doesn't like a particular archaeologist or theory, you don't stand a chance. It's high time he was removed and replaced with a committee. At least, this would open up the entire field to new ideas and methodologies. He has held the power of veto for far too long. J

New pyramid discovered under sand
(01:29) Report

Nov. 12 - Egyptian archaeologists have started excavating a pyramid buried in the desert that no-one knew existed until recently.
It's located near the famous 'step pyramid' south of Cairo.
The pyramid probably housed the remains of Queen Sesheshet, the mother of King Teti, who ruled from 2323 to 2291 BC and founded Egypt's Sixth Dynasty.
The headless, five-metre (16-foot) high pyramid originally reached about 14 metres, and each of its sides was 22 metres long.
Sonia Legg reports.

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