- Egyptian archaeological team found the tombs near Luxor in southern Egypt
- Main tomb houses a collection of sarcophagi and mummies wrapped in linen
The mission removed 450 cubic meters of debris, revealing the entrance of the main tomb and the two joint tombs.
The archaeologists also discovered ushabti funerary figurines made of faience, terra cotta and wood as well as a collection of clay pots, the ministry said.
In another room, the mission found “a collection of ushabti figurines, wooden masks and a handle of a sarcophagus lid was unearthed,” the statement said.