“Cursed” tombs of the builders of the pyramids was opened to the public
On the Giza plateau in Egypt opened for visiting the tombs of the workers involved in the construction of the Great pyramids and the burial place of their boss, the superintendent of the Royal Palace and another of a noble man.
On the walls of the tombs of the age of 4,500 years have inscriptions, among which archaeologists found an ancient curse, directed, as it is considered against thieves.
All who enter this tomb who will cause evil to this tomb and hurt her, let it be the crocodile against them in the water and a snake against them on land, may the hippopotamus be against them in water, the Scorpion against them on land.
Now everyone can see if these curses on your own experience.
Particularly valuable is the tomb of Nefer-Theta, the overseer of the Palace of the pharaohs. His tomb has two false doors and inscriptions. This ruler know that he had two wives and 18 children, reports the Daily Mail.
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All these tombs were closed to the public since 1990.