Archaeological discovery in Egypt may indicate "the existence of a private residential city workers responsible for the supply of labor in charge of the construction of the royal tombs food and drink." Archaeological discovery in Egypt may indicate "the existence of a private residential city workers responsible for the supply of labor in charge of the construction of the royal tombs food and drink."
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Egypt, city and tomb dated back to the beginning of the era of Pharaonic 5300 BC

During the excavation, conducted by a mission of the Ministry of Antiquities, 400 meters south of King Seti I temple at Abydos, located 550 kilometers south of Cairo in Sohag, in Upper Egypt, it has been found on the city cemetery dated back to the beginning of the era of Pharaonic the year 5300 BC.

Also found was a collection of huts and tools of daily life, including the remains of pottery and stone tools, which refers to "the existence of a private residential city workers responsible for the supply of labor in charge of the construction of the royal tombs food and drink."

Said Mahmoud Afifi, head of Egyptian antiquities sector in a statement, "it is likely to be of such a cowardly and residential city follow the senior staff and those responsible for the construction of cemeteries and funeral fences property for the kings of the first family at Abydos" in Sohag province, according to the statement.

The Egyptian official expressed the hope that this discovery displaces the curtain on "General Egyptian history" and the secrets revealed for the first time.

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