Sphinx road found in Egypt
Most of the sphinxes don't have their heads, and the name Nectabo 1 is inscribed on them. Most of them date back to 362 BC.
"This discovery marks the first time that archaeology has revealed this route, which is mentioned in many ancient texts," the statement said.
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