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Unveiling of an integrated residential city below the “Jesse Andrews” Palace in Luxor Temple..Photos

Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, announced today, Tuesday, the discovery of a new discovery made by pure Egyptian hands, at the bottom of the area where the famous palace of Yesse Andrews was removed from the Temple of the shortestWhere an integrated residential city, two bathroom towers, pottery used by the ancient Egyptians, workshops, tools and utensils dating back to different eras were discovered.

Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, confirmed that the excavation season began in the region on the first of September 2020, as the Egyptian archaeological mission operating in the Luxor Temple, under his leadership, succeeded in reaching a number of new archaeological discoveries dating back to different historical eras, as an integrated residential city appeared today. And two bathroom towers, as well as metal smelting workshops, tools and utensils dating back to the second and third centuries AD, including pottery bottles and grinding tools, along with a quantity of copper coins dating back to the Roman period, which heralds a distinguished excavation season inside the oldest residential city on the eastern mainland in Luxor Governorate.

And the Supreme Secretary of Antiquities explained that among the most prominent previous discoveries in the region was the discovery of an old house, a furnace for melting metals, a rare plate, and a number of rare utensils and pieces. The Antiquities Authority, Thursday, reported on the success of the Egyptian archaeological mission operating in the Luxor Temple, under his leadership, in reaching a number of new archaeological discoveries dating back to different historical eras, most notably an old house, a furnace for melting metals, a rare plate, and a number of rare utensils and pieces, and the discovery is a furnace with a depth of 4 meters. For the first time in Upper Egypt, a furnace appears in this scene, used in smelting metals, as it was expected that excavations in that region would yield new surprises dating back to Roman times, because the region had not been excavated before.

The discovery of tools and utensils in the excavations of the palace of Jesus Andrew in Luxor Temple
The discovery of tools and utensils in the excavations of the palace of Jesus Andrew in Luxor Temple

The utensils discovered in the excavations of Yassi Palace in Luxor Temple
The utensils discovered in the excavations of Yassi Palace in Luxor Temple

The Egyptian archaeological mission in the excavations of Yassi Palace
The Egyptian archaeological mission in the excavations of Yassi Palace

Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities
Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities

Dr. Mustafa Waziri with the discovered pieces
Dr. Mustafa Waziri with the discovered pieces

The pieces discovered in the excavations of Yassi Palace
The pieces discovered in the excavations of Yassi Palace

The pieces discovered in the excavations in the region
The pieces discovered in the excavations in the region

The discovery of an integrated residential city and two bathroom towers in the excavations of Yassi Palace
The discovery of an integrated residential city and two bathroom towers in the excavations of Yassi Palace

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