The researchers were taking care of mundane tasks at an area to the east of the forecourt of the known tomb of Userhat, who was a royal scribe.”While cleaning the area above the ‘rump’ to the forecourt, we found a hole,” Kondo told Seeker. After entering the hole, he and his team were stunned by what they found: a previously unknown separate chamber.
“The tomb is beautifully decorated and probably dates to the Ramesside period,” he said, referring to the span from 1292 to 1069 B.C. “The owner of the tomb is Khonsu, who has the title of ‘the royal scribe.'” The ancient Egyptian’s name is clearly written in hieroglyphics in the tomb.
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