There’s a lot of excitement in Egypt after archaeologists reported on artifacts unearthed at one of the oldest villages in Nile River Delta. Egypt’s antiquities ministry said yesterday the items and structures found by a French-Egyptian team date to between 29-hundred and 42-hundred BC. The archaeologists say structures that old had never been found before in the region of northeast Egypt where the latest discovery was made. One of the team leaders says the findings present an opportunity to learn more about communities in the Delta before the time of the pharaohs [[ FAIR-ohs ]].
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