Roman Empire-era temple unearthed in Upper Egypt's Sohag
CAIRO: A large temple with rare archaeological pieces has been discovered, Alaa al-Sebaei, Tourism and Antiquities Police directorate official in Upper Egypt's Sohag, told Youm7 Wednesday.
Sebaei was notified that a citizen excavated beneath his house in Sakulta, a small Upper Egyptian city near Akhmim; the security forces stormed the citizen's house and arrested him.
The security forces found a big hole leading to a crypt then to a big temple that dates back to the Roman Empire.
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