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Archaeologists Uncover New Pharaoh in Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt believe they have discovered the remains of a previously unknown pharaoh who reigned more than 3,600 years ago.   The skeleton of King Senebkay were uncovered at South Abydos in Sohag province, about 500 km south of Cairo, by a University of Pennsylvania expedition working with the government, the Egyptian antiquities ministry said.   Never before heard of in ancient Egyptian history, King Senebkay's name was found inscribed in hieroglyphics written...

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