2,400-year-old pottery treasure found in Egypt

2,400-year-old pottery treasure found in Egypt


Mustafa Waziri, Secretary General of the High Council of Antiquities, who works in the area, said that the wedge and kneading area were used to prepare the clay before it became pottery.

On the other hand, Ayman Ashmawy, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, explained that the furnaces have upper vents and are made of red brick surrounded by thick mud brick walls to withstand high temperatures during the combustion process. Gas pipes, drain pipes controlling the temperature inside the furnaces, and unfinished pottery were also found in this area of ​​the building.


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