New pictures have emerged of a 4,500-year-old tomb in Egypt unearthed by Czech archaeologists which they believe to be the burial site of Princess Shert Nebti.
Her tomb, just outside of Cairo, is also surrounded by those of four high officials from the fifth dynasty around 2,500 BC.
The finding suggests there could be other undiscovered sites nearby.
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