Archaeologists discovered a 3000-year-old ancient city in Egypt near Luxor on Thursday, April 8th. The place was laid unseen for centuries near some of Egypt’s best monuments. Egyptologist Zahi Hawass announced the discovery and said it was dated back 3400 years ago during Egypt’s most prominent pharaohs rule from 1391 to 1353 BC. The team started searching for a mortuary temple at the beginning around September last year and found mud-brick foundations within a few weeks of the search. The excavation revealed that the city had complete walls and rooms with the tools for daily use like coloured pottery vessels, rings etc. The lost city is the second most important archaeological discovery since the Tutankhamun tomb discovery. Egyptologists also said that this discovery would give a glimpse of how the ancient Egyptians during this reign led their life because the empire was the wealthiest during that period.