Stunning ancient Egyptian reopened to the public

The Mehu tombs have been reopened to the public for the first time in almost 80 years since their discovery in 1940 in Giza, Egypt.

The Mehu tombs have been reopened to the public for the first time in almost 80 years since their discovery in 1940 in Giza, Egypt.

The tombs of Mehu, which are located in the vast ancient cemetery of Saqqara, are considered the most beautiful tombs of the site.

The magnificent burial site was restored by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which reinstated the tomb paintings on the walls of the chambers.

The Mehu tombs have been reopened to the public for the first time in almost 80 years since their discovery in 1940 in Giza, Egypt.

The Mehu tombs have been reopened to the public for the first time in almost 80 years since their discovery in 1940 in Giza, Egypt.

The tombs of Mehu, which are located in the vast and ancient cemetery of Saqqara, are considered the most beautiful tombs of the place, where the first dynasties of the ancient kingdom are buried.

The tombs of Mehu, which are located in the vast and ancient cemetery of Saqqara, are considered the most beautiful tombs of the place, where the first dynasties of the ancient kingdom are buried.

The tombs of Mehu, which are located in the vast and ancient cemetery of Saqqara, are considered the most beautiful tombs of the place, where the first dynasties of the ancient kingdom are buried.

The images show the owner of the grave hunting in the jungle and during the fishing expeditions, the murals also capture harvest scenes, as well as the civilians who cook and dance.

This type of paintings were not used in the Saqqara tombs before the Sixth Dynasty of Egypt, the burial chamber, the antechamber and the entrance corridor of these pyramids are inscribed with Texts of the Pyramids, following the example established by Unas de la Quinta Dynasty.

Occupant of the tomb, Mehu was an ancient Egyptian vizier, a vizier is the best classified officer to serve the pharaoh of the time and one of the most important people in the royal court.

The magnificent burial site was restored by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which reinstated the paintings of the tomb on the walls of the chambers

The magnificent burial site was restored by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which reinstated the paintings of the tomb on the walls of the chambers

The magnificent burial site was restored by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which reinstated the paintings of the tomb on the walls of the chambers

The images show the owner of the grave hunting in the jungle and during the fishing expeditions, the murals also capture harvest scenes, as well as the civilians who cook and dance

The images show the owner of the grave hunting in the jungle and during the fishing expeditions, the murals also capture harvest scenes, as well as the civilians who cook and dance

The images show the owner of the grave hunting in the jungle and during the fishing expeditions, the murals also capture harvest scenes, as well as the civilians who cook and dance

This type of paintings were not used in the tombs of Saqqara before the Sixth Dynasty of Egypt, the burial chamber, the antechamber and the entrance corridor of these pyramids are inscribed with Texts of the Pyramids, following the example established by Unas of the Fifth Dynasty

This type of paintings were not used in the tombs of Saqqara before the Sixth Dynasty of Egypt, the burial chamber, the antechamber and the entrance corridor of these pyramids are inscribed with Texts of the Pyramids, following the example established by Unas of the Fifth Dynasty

This type of paintings were not used in the tombs of Saqqara before the Sixth Dynasty of Egypt, the burial chamber, the antechamber and the entrance corridor of these pyramids are inscribed with Texts of the Pyramids, following the example established by Unas of the Fifth Dynasty

Occupant of the tomb, Mehu was an ancient Egyptian vizier, a vizier is the best classified officer to serve the pharaoh of the time and one of the most important people in the royal court.

Occupant of the tomb, Mehu was an ancient Egyptian vizier, a vizier is the best classified officer to serve the pharaoh of the time and one of the most important people in the royal court.

Occupant of the tomb, Mehu was an ancient Egyptian vizier, a vizier is the best classified officer to serve the pharaoh of the time and one of the most important people in the royal court.

He lived around 2300 BC and is widely known because of his monumental mastaba (tomb), which is located near the Unas Pyramid.

However, the exact dating of Mehu has been discussed in Egyptology, documents that have been previously published suggesting that King Teti was cut off, while others contend that it came out a little later under the reign of King Pepy I.

Mehu's family history is not clear, however, it is believed that he had two wives named Nebet and Neferkaus, several of his children are also mentioned in the tomb paintings.

It lived around 2300 BC and is widely known due to its monumental mastaba (tomb), which is located near the Pyramid of Unas.

It lived around 2300 BC and is widely known due to its monumental mastaba (tomb), which is located near the Pyramid of Unas.

It lived around 2300 BC and is widely known due to its monumental mastaba (tomb), which is located near the Pyramid of Unas.

However, the exact dating of Mehu has been discussed in Egyptology, previously published documents suggesting that it cut King Teti, while others contend that it came out a little later under the reign of King Pepy I

However, the exact dating of Mehu has been discussed in Egyptology, previously published documents suggesting that it cut King Teti, while others contend that it came out a little later under the reign of King Pepy I

However, the exact dating of Mehu has been discussed in Egyptology, previously published documents suggesting that it cut King Teti, while others contend that it came out a little later under the reign of King Pepy I

The family history of Mehu is not clear, however, it is believed that he had two wives named Nebet and Neferkaus, several of his children are also mentioned in the tomb paintings.

The family history of Mehu is not clear, however, it is believed that he had two wives named Nebet and Neferkaus, several of his children are also mentioned in the tomb paintings.

The family history of Mehu is not clear, however, it is believed that he had two wives named Nebet and Neferkaus, several of his children are also mentioned in the tomb paintings.

The tomb paintings share messages from the past with a series of hieroglyphs engraved on a wall in the old tomb

The tomb paintings share messages from the past with a series of hieroglyphs engraved on a wall in the old tomb

The tomb paintings share messages from the past with a series of hieroglyphs engraved on a wall in the old tomb

The opening of the burial site was filmed and photographed by a team of photographers who came to take photographs of the tomb

The opening of the burial site was filmed and photographed by a team of photographers who came to take photographs of the tomb

The opening of the burial site was filmed and photographed by a team of photographers who came to take photographs of the tomb

The colorful murals show the servants dressed in loincloths who work in the typical style of the Sixth Dynasty.

The colorful murals show the servants dressed in loincloths who work in the typical style of the Sixth Dynasty.

The colorful murals show the servants dressed in loincloths who work in the typical style of the Sixth Dynasty.

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