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Mummies With Golden Tongues Discovered in Ancient Egyptian Necropolis

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Archaeologists have discovered several ancient mummies in Egypt sporting gold chips where their tongues should be.
Published 2 months ago · Cairo, Egypt

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Mummies with golden tongues discovered by archaeologists in Egypt

Tongues were replaced with gold chips so they could speak to ancient Egyptian God of the dead

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Mummies With Golden Tongues Discovered In Egypt

Some wooden coffins and copper nails used in those coffins have also been found from the site.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Mummies With Golden Tongues Found In Ancient Cemetery; What Could It Signify

The mummies were discovered at the Quweisna necropolis in Egypt.

2 months ago·United States
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Archaeologists discover mummies with solid-gold tongues in Egypt

Several mummies with gold chips for tongues were uncovered at the Quweisna necropolis, dating between 300 BCE and 640 BCE, in Egypt's central Nile Delta.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Ancient Egyptian mummies had gold tongues to talk to god of the underworld

Archaeologists uncovered a set of unusual remains at the Quweisna necropolis—located in the central Nile Delta about 40 miles north of Cairo.

2 months ago·United States
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Archaeologists Find Golden-Tongued Mummies in Egypt

Archaeologists discover a golden-tongued Ancient Egyptian mummy in Quweisna, Egypt.

2 months ago·Indonesia
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