Egypt on Saturday announced the discovery of two small ancient tombs in the southern city Luxor dating back some 3,500 years and hoped it will help the country’s efforts to revive its ailing tourism sector.
Egyptian excavation workers restore a mummy in a newly discovered tomb on Luxor's West Bank. (AP)
Egyptian excavation workers restore pottery near a new found in a tomb in Draa Abul Naga necropolis on Luxor’s West Bank known as “KAMPP 161”. (AP)
An Egyptian guard stands next to a funeral mural inside a newly discovered tomb on Luxor’s West Bank known as “KAMPP 161”. (AP)
Tourists photograph an entrance of a newly discovered tomb on Luxor’s West Bank during an announcement for the Egyptian Ministry of antiquities about new discoveries on Dec. 9, 2017. (AP)