A chamber discovered last month in Egyptian old city Luxor was a room used to mummify Pharaohs instead of a Pharaonic tomb.
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Pharaonic site used as mummification room
Pharaonic site used as mummification room
Pharaonic site used as mummification room

A chamber discovered last month in Egyptian old city Luxor was a room used to mummify Pharaohs instead of a Pharaonic tomb, local daily newspaper, the Egyptian Gazette, reported on Tuesday.

A chamber discovered last month in Egyptian old city Luxor was a room used to mummify Pharaohs instead of a Pharaonic tomb, local daily newspaper, the Egyptian Gazette, reported on Tuesday.

The chamber, found in the Valley of the Kings famous for being cemetery for ancient Egyptian Pharaohs (kings), was originally thought to be another Pharaonic tomb.

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