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New discovery in Luxor

A Spanish archaeological mission working in Draa Abul Naga necropolis on Luxor’s west bank has discovered a unique funerary garden almost 4000 years old. The discovery of the garden may shed light on the environment and gardening in ancient Thebes during the Middle Kingdom, around 2000 BC.

A unique discovery out of Egypt is the first of its kind. While scenes of funerary gardens have been witnessed in mosaic’s and paintings, this is the first one discovered in situ. It comes with the root and trunk of a 4,000 year old small tree. And a bowl with dates and fruit inside. on May 3, 2017

Photo Courtesy of Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities


Finally I am done with my biggest and most time consuming commission ever, for the ever so wonderful customer @shocktrooper-snaxx whom have been so patient with me and so generous!

Hope you like it and thank you for getting this oppertunity to really challange myself!



(via Maroc J4-007 | Jour 4 (Agdz-Zagora) : La vallée du Draa – La… | Flickr)

Day 4 (Agdz-Zagora) : The Draa Valley- The track on the left-bank is sometimes pleasant