Archaeologists in Egypt have announced the discovery of a 4,300-year-old mummy.
According to a team of archaeologists, a mummy was found in a coffin weighing about 25 tons from a room 20 meters below the ground in Skara, Egypt.
According to the 10-member team of archaeologists, when the coffin was opened, they found a mummy wrapped in gold leaf with a band on the head and a bracelet on the chest, suggesting that it belonged to someone. A rich man is a mummy.
The mummy, covered in gold leaf, is believed to be 4,300 years old. The discovery of which is important for archeology.
According to reports, statues, pottery and other objects were also found with the mummy, making it the oldest and most complete non-royal mummy ever found in Egypt.