Egypt News: The Muslim country of Egypt is also known as Egypt. In this country, archaeologists have found a treasure that is estimated to be worth billions of dollars. Treasure has been discovered at the site of a sunken temple on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast. The European Institute for Underwater Archeology (IEASM) issued a press release announcing the treasure. A team of underwater researchers led by French archaeologist Franck Gaudio made the discovery at the site of the temple of the god Amun in the port city of Thonis, Heraklion, in the Gulf of Aboukir, the organization said. Godio specializes in underwater exploration.
Find out what the researchers found during the search.
IEASM informed that the team had investigated the southern canal of the city. Large stone blocks of ancient temples were found here. The temple unfortunately collapsed in the 2nd century BC. The temple of the god Amun was where pharaohs came to receive their power as supreme king from the supreme god of the ancient Egyptian pantheon, the press release said. The IEASM said that valuable items belonging to the temple treasury have been discovered. It includes silver worship instruments, gold ornaments and delicate alabaster containers for perfumes or perfumes.
5th century BC wooden objects
An archaeological dig jointly conducted by Godeau’s team and the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ Underwater Archeology Department revealed the underground excavation. The institute has said that all the materials found are made of wood, dating back to the 5th century BC. It was very well preserved. The organization said the discovery was made possible by new technology. With the help of this technology, buried caves and objects can be detected under layers of soil several meters thick. East of the Temple of Amun, a Greek temple dedicated to Aphrodite was also found, containing bronze and ceramic objects.
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