Egyptian Tomb Discovery Puts Curses on the Brain Online

Posted on Categories Discover Magazine

Alexandria, known for its ancient library and a lighthouse counted among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, just keeps on giving.

The reaction to its latest gift has been bad mummy jokes online.

During a construction survey, a sealed sarcophagus was found in the Egyptian city 16 feet beneath the Sidi Gaber district, according to a news release this month. The tomb is made of black granite, 9 feet long and 5 feet wide, the largest ever discovered in the city.

Mortar seals the co

Leave a Reply