The tomb of the 13th Dynasty pharaoh Sobekhotep I has been found at Abydos. Originally topped with a pyramid the tomb is an important find because of its royal occupant and its date during the little understood 13th dynasty.
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What follows is mostly links to Arabic language sites with pictures and news reports of looting of ancient Egyptian antiquities. Many web browsers will translate them into a broken English. Most telling are the before and after satellite photos of Lisht in this facebook page. I would like to point out the limestone lid to a sarcophagus thrown to the side and the excavator tracks.
* News from Egypt's Heritage Task Force:
Second intermediate period tombs of previously unknown pharaohs of the 16th dynasty have been found near Abydos. There are possibly 16 tombs, 10 of which have been found and 6 excavated. One of the tombs was for the pharaoh Senebkay. His red granite sarcophagus and canopic chest were reused from the 13th dynasty pharaoh Sobekhotep.
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The tomb of an ancient Egyptian princess has been discovered south of Cairo hidden in bedrock and surrounded by a court of tombs belonging to four high officials.