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4,000 year-old Egyptian Tomb Finally Opens To The Public
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14 Sep 2018 11:44 AM EST

According to CNN, a 4,000 year-old Egyptian Tomb has opened to the public for the first time.
The tomb of Mehu has been hidden away from public eyes for more than 80 years and has finally opened near Giza, the home of the ancient pyramids.
Tomb of Mehu belonged to a high-ranking official. Archeologists say its colorful wall decorations shed light on how Egyptians lived more than a thousand years before the pyramids were constructed.
It was originally discovered back in 1940 by Egyptologist Zaki Saad, but was closed to the public until the recent completion of restoration work.

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