The Unbelievable 3,000-Year-Old Lost City Found in Egypt

Our planet is full of treasure, yes there are thousands of things that gave us evidence of early life, how people used to live, what was the ancient culture, what the different types of equipment used, how were the lifestyles, and other things. And there is much evidence found related to the same.

A team of archaeologists started looking in a mortuary temple on the western bank of Luxor in Egypt. And they found was far more than what was expected. The famous archaeologists announced that they had unearthed an entire 3,000-year old metropolis called Aten, Egypt’s Lost Golden City. They have discovered the entire golden city. The discovery of the entire city that was lost to the sands of Egypt is being hailed as one of the most greatest and prominent archaeological finds since Tutankhamun’s tomb. The Egyptologist archaeologists claimed that the discovery was the largest ancient city ever revealed in Egypt.

3,000-Year-Old Lost City

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According to the official reports, the ancient city date back to the reign of Amenhotep III, who ruled from 1391 to 1353 BC, and was one of Egypt’s most powerful pharaohs. The lost city is believed to be built by the 9th king of ancient Egypt’s 18th dynasty, King Amenhotep III. Aten is said to be the largest administrative and industrial settlement in that era. One Professor of Egyptology said that the discovery of this lost city is the second most important archaeological discovery since the tomb of Tutankhamun was ever discovered. Furthermore, the city would offer a rare glimpse into the life of the ancient Egyptians during the time when the empire was the wealthiest. It shows the early lifestyle of the ancient Egyptians and their culture.

After digging the ground some valuable and precious things has found, including colored pottery, pieces of jewelry, mud bricks bearing the seal of Amenhotep III, beetle amulets, a bakery, and a large complete kitchen with ovens and pottery to store food were found. Some valuable archaeological findings have been found. This was an extraordinary discovery that will help in better understanding the past civilizations and their respective day-to-day lifestyles.

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