Photo: New Pyramid Found in Egypt: 4,300-Year-Old Queen's Tomb



After centuries under sand, the 4,300-year-old remains of the pyramid of Queen Sesheshet (center left) has been excavated at the ancient Egyptian royal burial complex Saqqara, archaeologists announced November 11, 2008.

At its prime, the pyramid stood nearly five stories tall.

Photograph by Ben Curtis/AP.


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