The pyramid of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh has been discovered by archaeologists which was buried for generations.
The pyramid is thought to house the tomb of King Menkauhor, who is believed to have ruled in Egypt's 5th dynasty for eight years in the mid-2400s B.C.
Long since reduced to its foundations, the structure was previously known as Number 29 or the "Headless Pyramid." It was mentioned in the mid-19th century by German archaeologist Karl Richard Lepsius.
Then it disappeared in the sands of Saqqara, a sprawling royal burial complex near current-day Cairo.
It took Egyptian archaeologists about a year and a half just to remove all the sand above the pyramid.
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