Researchers Recently Unearthed The Remains Of A 3,500-Year-Old Ancient Egyptian Fortified Retreat That Belonged To A Pharaoh

Additionally, excavations at the site have revealed a number of burials, which suggests that the area functioned as a cemetery during later periods of time.

The cemetery dates back between the 21st Dynasty and the 26th Dynasty, after the rule of Thutmose III. Some of the graves contained the remains of children.

The discovery is important because it sheds light on aspects of military history in Egypt, particularly in the Sinai region.

More information is needed to understand the exact timelines for when the rest house was in use.

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