epa10431013 Workers at the site of the new discoveries in Gisr el-Mudir in Saqqara, Giza, Egypt, in 26 January 2023. An Egyptian archaeological mission has made a number of important archaeological discoveries dating to the fifth and sixth dynasties of the Old Kingdom. The announcement stated that the expedition had found a group of Old Kingdom tombs, indicating that the site comprised a large cemetery. The most important tomb belonged to Khnumdjedef, an inspector of the officials, a supervisor of the nobles, and a priest in the pyramid complex of Unas, the last king of the fifth dynasty. The tomb is decorated with scenes of daily life.  EPA/Mohamed Hossam ElDin