Israeli archaeologists say they have discovered a 3,300-year-old intact burial cave from the time of Pharaoh Ramesses II.
Ramesses II is thought to be the pharaoh from the biblical story of the Exodus from Egypt.
It’s a “find of a lifetime,” said Eli Yannai, an expert on the Bronze Age at the Israel Antiquities Authority.
“It’s like a set from ‘Indiana Jones’ — a cave with vessels on the floor that haven’t been touched for 3,300 years,” Haaretz quoted Yannai as saying.
It’s from the Late Bronze Age, “exactly the time of the notorious pharaoh, Ramesses II.”