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Egypt proclaims new archaeological discovery

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Image Source : FILE Egypt proclaims new archaeological discovery
Egypt’s Tourism and Antiquities Ministry has introduced the invention of a variety of historical church buildings and rooms within the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo. In an announcement, the Ministry stated on Saturday {that a} Norwegian-French archaeological mission working on the Tal website within the Bahariya Oasis found a variety of buildings constructed of basalt stone and carved into the rocks, in addition to different buildings constructed of mud bricks, reviews Xinhua information company.
The buildings product of mud bricks date again from the 4th to the seventh century AD, the assertion stated, including that the stays are elements of three church buildings and rooms for monks.

This discovery is essential because it led the mission to know the planning of buildings in addition to understanding the formation of the early monastic congregations on this area, in keeping with the assertion.
The North African nation has witnessed a number of large-scale archaeological discoveries in recent times in numerous elements of the nation, together with Pharaonic tombs, statues, coffins, and mummies.
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