Thursday, February 21, 2013 19:52

An ancient Egyptian pyramid dating back more than 3,000 years has been discovered in the city of Luxor. The monument was built for an adviser to King Ramses II’s vizier Khay.

The remains were unearthed during excavations on the hill of Sheikh Abdel Qurna, by the Belgian archaeological mission from the Free University of Brussels and Liege.

The mud-brick pyramid, whose original height was 15 meters, comes with quite a history.

Could we be getting closer to discovering the truth about our ancestors?