In Egypt, discovered the tomb of the pharaohs jeweler
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb in Egypt, which belonged to the jeweler of the pharaohs, who lived 3.5 thousand years ago during the reign of the 18th dynasty.
The tomb was discovered on the West Bank of the Nile near Luxor. As the researchers note, the tomb is preserved not very well, but it was discovered the statues of goldsmith and his wife, and a funerary mask. In addition, the tomb was found pottery, mummies and coffins that belonged to the Egyptians, who lived during the reign of the 21st and 22 dynasties.
According to researchers, the jeweler called Amanat.
Earlier it was reported that scientists have discovered in Israel a crock, 2700 years ago, which is visible from the seal of king Hezekiah, who ruled Judah in the eighth century BC According to the Bible, Hezekiah ascended the Judean throne in the third year of the reign of Hosea, king of Israel, that is, in 727 BC, when he was 25 years old. Hezekiah ruled Judah for 29 years.