Lion mummy found in the necropolis of Saqqara: "Exceptional discovery"

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Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany during the excavation visit

In Egypt, in the city of the necropolis of Saqqara, a very special animal mummy was discovered: it is that of a lion. It was reported Khaled Al-Anani, Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities. This is a very rare find, given that the most frequent feline that is found in the excavations is that of the cat, a sacred Egyptian animal.

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Archaeological research had identified the first lion skeleton in 2004. This second finding is very interesting because it could reveal new ties to the animal's role in the sacredness of the Egyptian civilization. The pyramidal complex of the Saqqara pyramids is a world heritage site.Unesco: there is the Step Pyramid (or Djoser's, the pharaoh who is buried there), the first ever built. The archaeological area is located about 30 kilometers from the capital Cairo.


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