Three new tombs have been discovered in Egypt, all of which are thought to be over 2,000 years old. The tombs are located 125 miles south of Cairo in El-Kamin El-Sahrawi, which is in the Nile valley.
The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities shared that the tombs contained multiple sarcophagi and clay fragments. The clay revealed that the tombs seemed to be active from the 27th Dynasty to the Greco-Roman era. The 27th dynasty was during the time period from 525 to 404 B.C.
There have been around 20 other tombs found in this area in the past, but these new finds have some different stylings to them. The tombs seem to be a part of a larger cemetery since they contained a variety of bones from men, women, and children.