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A handout picture released by Egypt's Antiquities Ministry on November 13, 2016 shows a sarcophagus containing a millennia-old mummy which was found by Spanish archaeologists near the southern Egyptian town of Luxor. The body was found in a tomb likely dating from between 1075-664 B.C., on the west bank of the Nile 700 kilometres (440 miles) south of Cairo, the Antiquities Ministry said in a statement. The mummy had been bound with linen stuck together with plaster. STRINGER / EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES MINISTRY / AFP / Manila Bulletin

Egypt reveals ancient tomb discovery in Luxor

By Philippine News Agency CAIRO -- The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced on Sunday a new discovery of a Pharaonic tomb at a temple in…