An Egyptian-German archaeological mission unearthed on Sunday some stone blocks dating back to the era of King Nectanebo I in Matariya near the Ain Shams district in Cairo.
Also, some limestones for ancient columns and a part of the roof of King Nectanebo's temple were discovered by the archaeologists on site, Antiquities Minister Mamdouh El Damaty said.
The mission found also parts of statues of King Merneptah King Nectanebo on the scene, a ministerial official said
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