Egypt discovers cats lions but fish snakes dead bodies
Egypt discovers cats lions but fish snakes dead bodies |In October last month, the Egyptian civilization, considered one of the world’s oldest civilizations, claimed to have discovered 30 uncovered bodies in extremely good condition a century later. Egyptian archaeologists discovered the coffins of 3,000-year-old men, women, and children from an area called Alsacef near the city of Esar on the banks of the Nile. All the coffins discovered were in very good condition, believed to be the dead bodies of those belonging to the religious family of ancient Egyptian civilization. Following the aforementioned 30 coffins, Egyptian authorities have once again claimed the discovery of 75 coffins made of wood and bronze and the carcasses of several animals.
The British newspaper ‘The Guardian’ reported in its report, citing the Egyptian Department of Archeology, that the coffins and animal bodies discovered were from 28th century BCE to 30th century BCE. According to the report, the coffins of the coffins and animals were discovered near the Sakara Cemetery, which was discovered in 2004, near the historic site, Hashtag Temple. Egyptian authorities have called the discovered coffins and animals’ dead bodies a ‘museum’ and said they hope to find more rare items from the site. According to the Egyptian authorities, where the animals were found, the temple of cats was used in ancient Egyptian civilization where other animals were worshiped. The bodies of animals discovered include the bodies of lion children, but also fish, cats, neonates, snakes, whirlpools, monkeys, and monkeys. Authorities also kept the coffins and animal bodies that were discovered for public display and people were surprised to see them.