The 4,300-year-old Tomb of Mehu in Egypt has opened to visitors.
It is the first time it is open since it was discovered, 78 years ago.
Found in the Saqqara necropolis, south of Cairo by Egyptologist Zaki Saad in 1940, the tomb has remained an archaeological site for many years.
Mehu was the chief of the royal palace and the chief of judges who lived during the sixth dynasty.
Archaeologists have learned a lot from the scriptures at the entrance to the tomb.