An archaeological work carried out in the Nile Delta region in northern Egypt found 110 tombs in different historical stagesThe Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities reported on Tuesday that most of the country belongs to the pre-dynasty period (5500-3150 BC).
The Ministry of the Interior stated in a statement that the discovery occurred in the Komgirjan area in the northern province of Dakariya, and The history of the tomb can be traced back to three historical stages, Two of them were before the reunification of the Nile Valley, and the other was before the reunification of the Nile Valley.
Therefore, archaeologists discovered 68 civilized tombs in Bhutto. The city of Bhutto was the capital of Lower Egypt (northern). It was established after uniting with the southern kingdom. The southern kingdom began the first Egyptian dynasty (3150-2686 BC).
They were also found Five tombs from the period of Nacada III (3200-3000 BC) and 37 other history dating back to the second middle period of Ancient Egypt, known as the “Hyksos Territory”, this is a Semitic from Asia who ruled Egypt for 150 years from 1730 BC
“This discovery is a Important historical and archaeological remains of the siteAmong the ancient tombs discovered, 68 were built in the civilization of Lower Egypt, 5 were built in the period of Naqada III, and 37 were built in the period of Hyksos.Waziri
Ayman Ashmaui, director of the antiquities department of the ministry, explained that the 68 tombs in Boto are “elliptical wells”. Where the deceased was lying on the left, Squatting, head facing west.
In addition, according to the description, the 37 tombs contain 31 semi-rectangular wells with a depth between 20 and 85 cm, and have the following characteristics: Body face up, Their heads also tilted to the west.
The mission also found The remains of the baby in the jar According to the statement, ceramics and funerary furniture.