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‘Pharaoh’s Seat’ Unearthed In Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt say they have discovered parts of a booth with a seat that they allegedly believe was used by a pharaoh more than 3,000 years ago.

The structure, unearthed in eastern Cairo, is thought to have belonged to one of ancient Egypt’s most famous rulers, Ramses the Great.

It is thought he would have used the seat during festivals.


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