In the Nile Delta they found an arrangement for the pharaohs
Cairo on September 2, 2018 (SITA / AP / HSP / Photo: TASR / AP-Amr Nabil)
Archaeologists have discovered one of the oldest settlements in the Nile delta, the remains of which are believed to date from the pharaohs
The Ministry of Antiquities reported that a Neolithic site was found in Tell el-Samara, about 140 kilometers north of Cairo.
Chief archaeologist Frederic Gio said his team found forces in which animal bones and food were used to indicate the presence of human settlement, 5,000 years before our time. It is about 2500 years before they built the pyramids in Giza.
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