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Egypt archaeology: ‘Extremely rare’ ancient Great Pyramid artefact discovered in cigar tin

The fragment of cedarwood dates back 5,000 years to the building of the pyramid at Giza. And although the relic…

By admin , in Science , at December 18, 2020 Tags:

The fragment of cedarwood dates back 5,000 years to the building of the pyramid at Giza. And although the relic was first discovered in the 19th century, the artefact was lost again for more than 70 years. A record found in 2001 appeared to show the fragment – discovered alongside a ball and a bronze hook thought to be used for building the Pyramids – had been donated to Aberdeen University.

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