Archived from The Magdalene Review on Wednesday 30 November 2005
This exciting news is something I picked up from Terje Bergesen’s blog.
by Nevine El-Aref
In Al-Gurna where several excavation missions are probing for more Ancient Egyptian treasures under the sand, a team from the Polish Centre for Mediterranean Archaeology has stumbled on a major Coptic trove buried under the remains of a sixth-century monastery located in front of a Middle Kingdom tomb.
This was reported by Al-Ahram Weekly On-line (Cairo) back in February. Read more