4,500-Year-Old Egyptian Sun Temple Unearthed

Archaeologists at the Abu Ghurab site in northern Egypt have discovered the remains of a sun temple dated to the mid-25th century B.C.E., reports Jack Guy for CNN.

The team found the ruins buried beneath another temple built for Nyuserra, sixth king of the Fifth Dynasty, who ruled Egypt from 2400 to 2370 B.C.E. Researchers discovered that temple in 1898.

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