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The burial was in a burial chamber at a depth of 4 meters in the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Dra Abu al-Naga in the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of the Nile near Thebes. Spanish archaeologists from Higher Research Council (CSIC) during the 13th expeditions in the area of the Egyptian city of Luxor discovered pristine wooden sarcophagus with the mummy of an adult, alleged living during the XVII dynasty, around 1600 BC, reported on the expedition’s official website. Burial was in a burial chamber at a depth of 4 meters in ancient Egyptian the necropolis of Dra Abu al-Naga, in the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of the Nile not far from Thebes. Spanish archaeologists led by an Egyptologist CSIC Jose Manuel Galan has been working here for over 10 years as part of Spanish-Egyptian project “Jehuti”. The project was launched in winter 2002 two years to excavate the tombs of Jehuti and Heri, two senior officials of the era of the XVIII dynasty. Jehuti was the head of the treasury and “all works” of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the few female pharaohs of ancient Egypt whose reign lasted 22 years, tentatively from 1490 to 1468. BC.