This video from Egypt about Saqqara says about itself:
From Egyptology News:
A team of Egyptian experts have discovered the remains of a pyramid which has been covered with sand since the nineteenth dynasty in the necropolis of Saqqara, 20km southeast of Cairo. The announcement was made by Zahi Hawass, the Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Anqituities in a communication in which he said that the pyramid is located by the side of the [pyramid of] Pharaoh Teti, the first monarch of the Sixth Dynasty.
Also from Egyptology News:
The SCA have announced that a team of Egyptian archaeologists have found a part of an ancient avenue of Sphinxes at Saqqara. According to the information released by the SCA the avenue was [m]entioned in Graecoroman manuscripts and other documents which were found near the Serapeum, a nearby funerary complex in which sacred bulls were interred. The avenue dates to the Ptolemaic period and was discovered during recent excavations in that part of Saqqara.
The mastaba of Mereruka in Saqqara: here.
Culture Minister Farouk Hosni said on 23/6/2009 that a group of Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed a number of ushabtis – an ushabti is a funerary figurine placed in a tomb as a substitute for the deceased, should he/she be called upon to do manual labor in the afterlife – and remains of animal bones and birds inside a hole near the Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara: here.
Renovations resumed at Djoser’s Step Pyramid: here.
Great sphinx covered in snow, photo here.
- Egyptian fresco painting depicting love of priestess and singer found in Saqqara tomb (thisismoney.co.uk)
- Egyptian fresco painting depicting love of priestess and singer found in Saqqara tomb (dailymail.co.uk)
- Saqqara and Dahshur – Egypt’s Oldest Pyramids (aworldlywomanswanderlust.wordpress.com)
- Cairo snow: Is this viral picture of snow on the pyramids ANOTHER fake? (mirror.co.uk)