The lost capital of Ancient Egypt
This spring, near ancient Thebes, a team of Egyptian archaeologists discovered the lost city of Akhetaton, which existed in the 14th century BC during the reigns of Pharaohs Amenhotep III and his son Akhenaten, and at the latter was the capital of Ancient Egypt. The locals were engaged in spinning, weaving and making glass and metal products. The city also established the production of decorative items, furniture and ceramics.
• Scientists call a vessel with traces of dried meat and a signature a unique artifact: “37 years. Meat for the third holiday of Cheb Sed from the slaughterhouse of the Kha cattle farm, prepared by the butcher Luvi”
• According to researchers, a year after the manufacture of this pot, the city was abandoned, and the capital was moved to Amarna