Egypt’s Mystery Sarcophagus Opened and it could be Alexander the Great!

HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES Mandatory Credit: Photo by EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF ANTIQUITIES HANDOUT/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (9760404b) An undated handout photo made available by the Egyptian ministry of Antiquities shows the black granite sarcophagus at the disocvered tomb, Sidi Gaber district, Alexandria. An Egyptian archaeological mission found an ancient tomb dating to the Ptolemaic period (300-35 B.C), as they were inspecting the land before giving authorization for its owner to dig the foundations of a building. The tomb was found at the depth of five meters, a black granite sarcophagus was found, considered to be the largest to be discovered in Alexandria with the height of 185 cm, length 265 cm and width of 165 cm. A layer of mortar between the lid and the body of the sarcophagus indicating that it had not been opened since it was closed in antiquity. New archaeological discovery in Alexandria, Egypt - 12 Jul 2018

Remember the black sarcophagus that was discovered in Egypt’s Alexandria on July 1st? Well, apparently the archeologists of Egypt managed to open it up only to discover something inside that will literally amaze you!

From the looks of the tomb, experts were under the impression that there must be someone important in history that’s buried inside and wrong were they not. According to Express UK, Archeologists believe that the person buried inside the sarcophagus could be Alexander the Great!

Well, yes you just read this right! they beleive it’s THE Alexander the Great and shockingly, the frightening find is still intact after being dusted off, with little decay to the bones and skull. The unknown corpse was also found in the same position it was buried in.

WE SAID THIS: Imagine if this is true … Our tourism rate will literally skyrocket!