Authorities in Egypt have found a 2,500-year-old mummy of a high priest at an ancient cemetery south of Cairo.
The chamber that was found contained the well-preserved mummy of a powerful priest, wrapped in linen and decorated with a golden figure depicting Isis, an ancient Egyptian goddess.
The team also opened two other sarcophagi, one containing a female mummy decorated with blue beads and another with a father in a family tomb.
At the burial site in Minya province, the team also found a rare wax head.
Egyptian archaeologists discovered the site a year and a half ago and the excavation is continuing.