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Farmer discovers 2,600-year-old stela from Egyptian pharaoh Apries (www.livescience.com)

A farmer in northeastern Egypt was preparing his land for crop planting when he accidentally found an intricately carved sandstone slab that appears to have been installed by the pharaoh Apries 2,600 years ago.

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