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" A glistening 26-foot least 3,000 years old"

Finds of ancient Egypt certainly are not rare, but sometimes they can occur in the most unlikely of places. In a working-class neighborhood of Cairo, known as Matariya, archaeologists working ahead of planned development and construction unearthed what may be a statue of famed Pharaoh Ramses II.


Statues being pulled from a gritty patch of Cairo could be of Ramses

By Declan Walsh

The New York Times

March 10, 2017

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