14 more coffins found in ancient burial site in Egypt

TORONTO -- More mysteries have been unearthed from an archeological dig in Egypt that discovered 13 untouched wooden coffins earlier this month.

According to an update from Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, 14 more coffins have been found at Saqqara, a major burial site for ancient Egypt that archeologists have been studying for years.

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