January 17 A joint Egyptian archaeological team announced on the 17th that the archaeological team recently excavated a tomb temple of a queen, Julsel Teti, the pharah, the pharaharch of the sixth dynasty of ancient Egypt, 4,300 years ago, in the Segara region of Giza Province.
Zahi Havas, the leader of the archaeological team and a famous Egyptian archaeologist, told Xinhua News Agency at the excavation site: “We found a pyramid in this area in 2010, but we did not know the owner’s name at that time.
On the 16th, we excavated a mausoleum temple, and confirmed through the words on the mausoleum temple and the pyramid owner’s name was Knight, who was the queen of Pharaoh Giusel Teti.
According to Havas, before the archaeological excavation, it was generally believed that Pharaoh Teti had only two queens, and the excavation confirmed that he still had a third queen.
This is also the first time that the name of the Queen Knight has been written into ancient Egyptian history.
The Segara region is the core site of ancient Egyptian civilization.
The pyramids of many pharaohs and the graveyards of many nobles are located here, including the oldest ladder pyramids.