Archaeology Weekly Roundup!

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Check out this week’s roundup of archaeology news!

For over a century, Egyptologists have studied the necropolis of Meidum as an exclusively Old Kingdom (27-22nd centuries B.C.E.) burial site, but new investigations by Polish researcher Teodozja Rzeuska suggest the site was used well into the late New Kingdom period (16- 11th centuries B.C.E.), extending its history by over 1,500 years.

Archaeologists in Israel discover the earliest known metal equestrian bit.

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