Another magnificent building has emerged in Egypt. Researchers have recently discovered a city that was built around 3000 years ago. It is called ‘Lost Golden City’. Scientists speculate that the ancient city was built during the reign of Amenhotep III, who ruled ancient Egypt from 1391 to 1353 AD. This historic city originated in the Luxor province of that country. It is believed to have been built during the Golden Age of the Pharaoh emperors. Houses, artefacts and kits made of clay bricks are found here. Some also call these structures “Pompeii of ancient Egypt”. The newly discovered city lies on the west bank of the Nile River. It is located near popular tourist destinations, such as Memon’s Colosseum, Medinet Hub, and Ramses Temple, the temple of King Ramses II. Archaeologists excavated the area in September last year. He carried out the operation for the Morchari Temple of King Tutankhamun, which is part of the ancient history of Egypt. The tomb of King Tutankhamun was discovered in 1922 by British archaeologists Howard Carter and Lord Cornverein. At that time there was a lot of wealth left here. A nearby excavation for the King Morgue temple was started. In this sequence, a team of researchers identified these structures made of clay bricks. Only one city survived full-scale excavations.
Pottery-filled rooms used for daily needs have emerged in the structures here. Researchers have found pottery, rings, amulets, colored utensils, pottery and handicrafts. The city seems to have survived during the reign of King Amnhotep-3. Coins with their markings are found here. King Tutankhamun, who was recognized as the Golden Age during Pharaoh’s reign, is fortunate to become the grandfather of King Amanhot-3. Researchers believe that the city also existed during the reign of Tutankhamun and later kings.
In this historic city, ruins of temples, thousands of sculptures, artifacts, pottery, kitchens and cemeteries have been unearthed. Residential premises are on one side. Currently only the northern part of the city has been excavated. The southern part is to be fully identified. Leading archaeologist Zahi Hawas said that the city once flourished as the largest administrative center and industrial base in the Pharaoh’s empire. The sights of this city, which existed thousands of years ago, were never seen before.