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Archaeologists open historic Egyptian tombs to seek out 50 mummies with brains eliminated

Archaeologists open ancient Egyptian tombs to find 50 mummies with brains removed


ANCIENT Egyptian tombs have been opened for the primary time in over 2,500 years to disclose greater than 50 mummies with their brains eliminated.

Archaeologists in Giza, 10 miles south from the well-known pyramids, discovered the final of the 59 untouched painted coffins yesterday.

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The Egyptian tombs had been opened for the primary time in over 2,500 years[/caption]

The excavating began two months in the past when a 36 ft deep burial shaft was uncovered containing 13 bodies- who consultants consider had been excessive monks.

The staff continued their dig to find two extra shafts, 32 and 39 ft deep, additionally crammed with extra coffins in good situation with their authentic colors.

The mummies, who had their brains eliminated with iron hooks by their nostril, in addition to their coffins will probably be exhibited to the general public on the Grand Egyptian Museum.

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The traditional coffins are in good situation with their authentic colors[/caption]

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Archaeologists discovered greater than 50 mummies with their brains eliminated[/caption]

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Archaeologists uncovered a 36 ft deep burial shaft containing 13 our bodies a few months in the past[/caption]


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The mummies would have had their brains eliminated with iron hooks by their nostril[/caption]

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The coffins will probably be exhibited to the general public on the Grand Egyptian Museum[/caption]

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