BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
It found the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities on Monday, the remains of the pyramid "in a good state of preservation", in the area south of the Bent Pyramid in Dahshur curved Bjbanh Giza Governorate.
The ministry said that the pyramid dates back to the era of the thirteenth family (1783-1649 BC), the first family began to squeeze the invasion of Egypt Hyksos, and classified in history within the Middle Kingdom in ancient Egypt.
A statement by the Ministry for the President of the Central Administration of the effects of Cairo and Giza, Alaa Shahat, as saying that part of the pyramid discovered in a good state of preservation.
He added that the Egyptian archaeological mission working in the region will complete the work Hvairha site during the coming period, in an attempt to reveal the rest of its parts.
In addition, the new discovery to a group of high-profile discoveries announced by Egypt over the past few months, in different parts of Cairo, Aswan and Luxor.
The general director of the effects of Dahshur, Adel Okasha, discovered that the remains of the pyramid is part of his internal construction, which is a corridor leading to the inside of the pyramid.
And then it rises from the ground level to lead to a ramp from the south entrance to another chamber of the west, according to Akasha.
He added that the mission succeeded as well as in the detection of a small piece of stone from alabaster by the remnants of parts of hieroglyphic text engraved in ten vertical columns.
They also found the beams and granite blocks of stone in building blocks, describes the internal planning of the pyramid found in the corridor leading to the entrance of the pyramid.