After Saudi Arabia, 4500 years old temple found in this country, buried in the ground and many more secrets
Egypt 4500 year old temple: After the discovery of an 8000-year-old religious site and temple in Saudi Arabia, the Archaeological Department in Egypt has found a 4500-year-old temple. The remains found by the Archaeological Department suggest that it is a sun temple and may have been built during the 5th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt (2465 to 2323 BC). The temple was found in the Abusir area, south of the Egyptian capital, Cairo, below the temple of King Nussere.
The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and Tourism issued a statement saying it was a joint Italian-Polish archaeological mission working on the temple of King Nussere. The ministry said in a statement that the remains of a mud brick building were found under the temple.
Some pottery and beer glasses were found inside the building as well as some stamps bearing the names of the kings of the Fifth Kingdom. The ministry said parts of the temple building were demolished during his reign by Pharaoh, the sixth Egyptian ruler of the Fifth Empire. So that he can build his temple there.
This is not the first time a temple has been found in Egypt. Last year also some remains of a Sun temple were found. It is being said that many secrets are still hidden in the country of Egypt. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and Tourism said the building may be one of the 4 Temples of the Lost Sun of the Fifth Dynasty, a temple mentioned in several historical books.
The first Sun Temple was found in Egypt in the 19th century. The discovery of another temple may help historians understand the ancient history of Egypt. It is being said that out of the many temples of Egypt, only 2 temples have been found so far.
Just 3 days before that, an 8000-year-old religious site and temple was discovered in Saudi Arabia. According to a report published in the ‘Saudi Gazette’, excavations of the coastal city located in the south-west region of Riyadh have yielded symbols and several inscriptions of this historic temple.