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Russian Scientists Made Archeological Findings In Egypt
4.12.2006 15:25
Russian Scientists Made Archeological Findings In Egypt

15 archeological artifacts, including entombments of ancient Egyptian court people this is what Russian archeologists have found during their diggings at the Giza Plateau near the Great Pyramids.
      Two burials were discovered during diggings, while two entombments were mentioned in the 19th century in diaries of travelers, said the archeologist, heading the expedition.
      Russian archaeological expedition has spent in Giza 10 years already, and the jubilee year turned out to be the most successful for the scientists. The burials were discovered by means of a unique device geo-radar Loza V, which was developed by scientists of the Russian Institute of Earth Magnetism and Radiowave Propagation.
      Archeologists expect more findings to be made in the northern part of the site, which photos show various sand hills. Geological survey has shown cavities, which are scheduled for exploration next year.
      Source: Science News


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