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“The remains of a 13th Dynasty pyramid have been discovered by an Egyptian archaeological mission working in an area to the north of King Senefru’s Bent Pyramid in the Dahshur Necropolis.
Mahmoud Afifi, the head of the ancient Egyptian antiquities sector at the antiquities ministry, announced the find, adding that the remains are in a very good condition and further excavation will take place to reveal more of the structure.
Adel Okasha, director general of the Dahshur Necropolis, explained that the portion of the pyramid uncovered so far shows a part of its inner structure.
originally posted by: smurfzilla
Nice find Byrd.
Seems things have been a little quiet on the archeological front this past year, hopefully this is the beginning of some interesting finds or at least disclosure.
originally posted by: Spider879
a reply to: Byrd
13th Dyn pyramid?? but wouldn't that make them Hyksos??..if so wow, they would be more Egyptianized than I thought, I mean I knew they took on local names and titles, and elevated the god Set but they may have seen themselves as Egyptians. If they were indeed Hyksos.