Egypt opens restored tomb of scribe of Amun Neferhotep as new Luxor tourist attraction

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CAIRO: Egypt has opened the restored tomb of Neferhotep, the scribe of Amun, as a new Luxor tourist attraction.

Dating back to the 18th Dynasty of 1550 to 1292 B.C. during the era of king Ay (1327 to 1323 B.C.), the burial chamber has taken more than two decades of painstaking work to return to its former condition.

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