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Sensation: Hunderte intakte Sarkophage in Ägypten entdeckt
15.11.20

Sensation: Hunderte intakte Sarkophage in Ägypten entdeckt

Für ägyptische Archäologen ist es der größte Fund des Jahres: Mehr als hundert hervorragend erhaltene Sarkophage haben Altertumsforscher in der Grabstätte Sakkara südlich von Kairo entdeckt. Schätzungen zufolge sind sie etwa 2500 Jahre alt.

SHOTLIST SAKKARA, ÄGYPTEN14. NOVEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe archaeologists inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo2. Halbnahe archaeologists inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo3. Totale mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo4. Halbnahe mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo5. Halbnahe archaeologists inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo6. Schwenk von oben nach unten mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo7. Totale Antiquities and Tourism Minister Khaled al-Anany inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo8. Schwenk von oben nach unten mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo9. O-TON 1 - Khaled al-Anany, Antiquities and Tourism Minister (Mann, Arabic, 9 Sek.): 'So far, we've only discovered 1% of what we have in Saqqara. If we keep working in Saqqara, we are expected to find human and animal tombs from all ages.' 10. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe Antiquities and Tourism Minister Khaled al-Anany inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo 11. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe archaeologists inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo 12. O-TON 2 - Khaled al-Anany, Antiquities and Tourism Minister (Mann, Arabic, 8 Sek.): 'So far, we've only discovered 1% of what we have in Saqqara. If we keep working in Saqqara, we are expected to find human and animal tombs from all ages.' 13. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo 14. Halbnahe screen showing the scanning process of a mummy15. Halbnahe archaeologists inspecting a mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo16. Halbnahe mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo17. Halbnahe mummy during the unveiling of an ancient treasure trove of more than a 100 intact sarcophagi, at the Saqqara necropolis 30 kms south of the Egyptian capital Cairo18. Halbnahe screen showing the scanning process of a mummy

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