Where's my lunch?
Methinks there is still much to be discovered under that entire area!
What marvels they created back then. It keeps us wondering, and digging.
Baffling what they managed to build all those years ago, and to think they will find more tombs, etc, for years to come. Great photo, Leah!
I think so, too, Bag Lady.It sure does, Messymimi.It sure is, David. Thanks.
I wonder if my reading glasses are under there? Can't seem to find 'em anywhere else...
They were such busy people, the ancient Egyptians; there's bound to be a lot left to find.Mary Anne in Kentucky
it's as likely a spot as any, Crabby.Mary Anne, I don't think we're even warmed up.
Your caption for the picture really makes you think about the history of that spot of ground.
What a wonderful feeling it must have been to tread that ancient ground. Imagine the stories that lie underfoot.
One wonders though, how much buried treasure has Cairo already built over? It's rapid growth will soon have the pyramids surrounded.
It sure does, Red.Frank, it was hard to absorb.Reb, I don't even want to think about it.
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