Everyday Egyptian life: Silos tell of urban living 3,000 years ago

by Thor on Jul. 01st, 2008

When it comes to studying ancient Egypt, we know a lot about pyramids and monunments, mummies and art work. But there is still a huge gap in knowing what life was like for everyday Egyptians. But University of Chicago archaeologists have uncovered the remains of seven silos in southern Egypt that help tell the story of how food was distributed in an old Egyptian city. Click here to learn more.

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