As reported by Reuters, archaeologists founded 54 wooden sarcophaguses dating back more than 3.000 years in the Sakara tomb site south of Cairo. The burial place of Queen Nate was found near the pyramid of her husband, King Tethy of the 6th Dynasty of Egypt. It is about 4200 years old.

Toys and statues were discovered during the archeological mission led by Zahi Havas. He mentioned,

“All these discoveries will retell the history of Sakara and New Kingdom.”

Earlier, sarcophaguses and other objects from ancient Egypt (662-332 BCE) and Ptolemies (332-30 BCE) were found in the same area.