Saturday, 26 February 2005

An Ancient Egyptian Male Couple

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Celebrating LGBT History Month

In 1964 in the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, Egyptian archaeologist Ahmed Moussa discovered a series of tombs with rock-cut passages in the escarpment facing the causeway that leading to the pyramid of Unas.
Soon after the Chief Inspector Mounir Basta, crawling in one of the tombs, came face to face with the unique scene of two men in intimate embrace, something he had never seen before in all the Saqqara tombs.

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