An enormous Roman era building has been uncovered at the Hod El-Demerdash archaeological site in Egypt, approximately 400 meters south of the Mit Rahina Museum in Giza. The edifice, discovered during excavation works, is around 16×14.5 meters in dimensions and houses several corridors as well as four different entrances, the researchers stated.
According to Mostafa Waziri, the secretary-general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), the Roman structure was likely originally part of a residential complex in the area. Made of mud bricks and huge limestone blocks, the building’s inner staircases and outer walls were constructed using red bricks.
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