Incredible archaeological finds already surround the archaeologists working in the Valley of the Kings in October 2019. As they scour their selected dig site, though, one of them notices something strange. The grains have shifted just so, revealing what appears to be a face poking out from a mound of sand.

The Valley of the King has long yielded archaeologists with a slew of incredible finds. The rocky expanse on the west bank of the Nile houses 63 tombs, as far as archaeologists know. One of them even belonged to Tutankhamun, also known as King Tut, one of ancient Egypt’s most famous pharaohs.

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