This video says about itself:
Visit Djoser’s Step Pyramid temple complex, explore Pharaoh Teti’s tomb, watch an archaeological dig in progress.
From Egyptology News:
Friday, January 09, 2009
Old Kingdom Mummy thought to be Queen Seshestet found
When I fired up Outlook this morning my eyes nearly popped out of my head – dozens of emails alerting me to the fact that the remains of a mummy thought to be that of Queen Seshestet the mother of the Pharaoh Teti, have been found in the remains of a collapsed pyramid at Saqqara.
So thanks very much indeed to all of you who emailed. A selection of the best links are shown below:
Egyptian archaeologists have found the remains of a mummy thought to be that of Queen Seshestet, the mother of a pharaoh who ruled Egypt in the 24th century BC, the government said on Thursday.
A French archaeological team digging at Saqqara has discovered the burial chamber of 6th Dynasty Queen Behenu, wife of either Pepi I or Pepi II. The burial chamber was revealed while the team was cleaning the sand from Behenu’s pyramid in the area of el-Shawaf in South Saqqara, west of the pyramid of King Pepi I: here.
New Egyptological discoveries: here.