Archaeologists Unearth 4,500-Year-Old Temple

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Archaeologists in Egypt discovered a 4,500-year-old temple with long and narrow entrance doors which give an idea of the ceremonial works that were performed inside.

FOX’s Michelle Pollino has this week’s “FOX on Tech”:

The foundation stone of the Temple of Seti I was discovered more than a century ago but the exact location of the find was only recently discovered.

The four parallel doorways are about six feet high and long and narrow on the inside.

Computer-generated 3D images show rows of figures lined up according to the positions of the pillars.

Archaeologists believe a greek god presided over the temple.

The discovery has added to the ancient wisdom of Egypt, and the artistry of other cultures.

In New York, Michelle Pollino, FOX News.

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