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Previously unknown pharaoh’s tomb reveals Ancient Egyptian dynasty

22
Jan
2014

Archaeologists have discovered the tomb and mummy of a previously unheard-of pharaoh. Woseribre Senebkay was found close to a larger burial site in Abydos, which researchers unearthed earlier this month and is believed to belong to Sobekhotep I. Senebkays tomb is smaller in scale, but the discovery is more significant — it proves the existence of a separate Abydos Dynasty that ran concurrently with the 15th (Hyksos) and 16th (Theban) dynasties in Egypts Second Intermediate Period.

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