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A team of archaeologists has uncovered a unique carved alabaster statue of Queen Tiye in Luxor, Egypt.
The exciting find was made by the European-Egyptian mission that works under the wings of the German Archaeological Institute.
It is speculated by Egyptologists that she probably died due to an epidemic even though nothing is historically confirmed.
Fast forward to 2017 and the discovery of Tiye’s statue, Hourig Sourouzian, leader of the mission was very happy to see that the statue is in great condition of preservation and has retained its colors.
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