Archeologists unearth ancient tomb in Cairo
Egyptian archeologists have discovered a tomb that belongs to a high-profile army commander in south Cairo Ptahmes. The tomb dating back to Egypt's 19th Dynasty about 1,320 B.C. - 1,200 B.C. was unearthed during excavation work by a Cairo University archeological team in Saqqara necropolis, south Cairo, a statement by Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities said.