Archaeologists Just Found A New Pyramid That’s Even Older Than Some In Egypt

Archaeologists Just Found A New Pyramid That’s Even Older Than Some In Egypt
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Archaeologists in Kazakhstan have recently uncovered a pyramid-shaped mausoleum that’s over 3,000-years-old, making it older than some – but not all – of Egypt’s pyramids. The remarkable discovery was made in the Sary-Arka region near the city of Karaganda, and the team says it was likely built for an ancient king or clan leader. “Judging by the monumental construction, this mausoleum was built more than 3,000 years ago for a local king,” team member Viktor Novozhenov, from Karaganda State University, told Yahoo News. “We are going to look inside the mausoleum this week. Everything that we find inside will be sent to the Karaganda Archaeological Museum.” The team – led by Igor Kukushkin from…

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