The working Spanish archaeological mission in Al Bahnasa site, Minya, headed by Maite Mascort and Esther Pons Melado and sent from Barcelona University, unearthed two tombs that date back to the Saite period in Ancient Egypt.
The Remains of two anonymous bodies were found before one of the tombs, however, their tongues were covered in gold. While a coffin from limestone and depicted a woman was discovered inside the tomb, and there were remains of an anonymous person beside it.
Regarding the other tomb, it was completely closed, and it was opened for the first time by the Spanish archaeological mission during the excavation work.
It carried a coffin from limestone and depicted a human face, and it had a number of Canopic jars, 402 faience ushabtis, and small amulets, according to Dr. Hassan Amer, the Professor at the Department of Greco-Roman Archaeology, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, and the head of the team of excavations.
Contributed by: Rana Atef