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Mummified remains of 35 ancient Egyptians found in Aswan

Artefacts including statues and masks were also in tomb dating from Greco-Roman period
The mummies will be studied by an anatomopathologist before being put back into the tomb. Photograph: Egyptian Museum of Antiquities

A team of archaeologists led by an Italian professor have discovered the mummified remains of dozens of ancient Egyptians in a tomb in the southern Egyptian city of Aswan.

The tomb dates back to the Greco-Roman period, between 332BC and AD395, and contains

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