Archaeologists found Ramses ll – era burial cave in Israel.

A team of archaeologists in Israel announced what they have described as a “once-in-a-lifetime” discovery, upon finding a burial cave dating back to ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses II. The cave has also been called “frozen in time” as it has been untouched for at least 3,300 years. A mechanical digger was used to hit the roof of the cave which allowed the archaeologists to descend into the man-made structure. The set-up of the artifacts was exactly like that of a Bronze-Age-era burial ceremony. It is said that these vessels were burial offerings that accompanied the deceased in the belief that they would serve the dead in the afterlife.