Unveiling an 18th Dynasty Ancient Egyptian Tomb: A Remarkable Find Along the Nile

A joint Egyptian-British mission has discovered a tomb in the Valleys of the Kings and Queens believed to be the final resting place of an ancient Egyptian royal from 3,500 years ago. The tomb, in poor condition, dates back to the 18th Dynasty and could belong to a royal wife or princess. The discovery is seen as an important contribution to increasing tourism in Egypt amid the country's economic crisis.