That’s why it’s exciting to find a complete set of wooden coffins in a burial well in Saqqara. Egypt’s Ministry of tourism and heritage announced the discovery on social media over the weekend. < / P > < p > archaeologists have found more than 13 coffins, most of which appear to have been sealed for more than 2500 years, indicating that they have been lucky enough to escape robbery, the Department said. Khaled El enany, Minister of tourism and heritage of Egypt, shared a video preview of the discovery. “It’s an indescribable feeling when you witness a new archaeological discovery,” he wrote on twitter. The video does not reveal much information, but the minister said the early findings were just the beginning of something bigger. The Ministry plans to release a series of promotional videos introducing new details of the tomb site. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”