Recent Excavations at the Pyramids of Dahshur

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    FEW sources have supplied more facts for the study of anthropology than the Egyptian tombs, and the most important necropolis of Egypt is situated south-east of Cairo, close to the remains of ancient Memphis. This stretches from the village of Abou-Roash on the north to that of MêdÛm on the south, about a distance of twenty-five miles.

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    Recent Excavations at the Pyramids of Dahshur. Nature 52, 131–132 (1895) doi:10.1038/052131a0

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