As always, Egypt was fruitful ground for archaeologists, with the discovery of the first ancient Egyptian funeral parlorthe world’s oldest Illustrated book, and a mummy buried with a secret painting gallery, among other finds. But the biggest news in Egyptian archaeology this year was undoubtedly the excavation of over 100 painted sarcophagi in Saqqara, an ancient burial ground south of Cairo. – Artnet

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