This handout picture released by Egypt's supreme council of antiquities Monday, June 27, 2011, shows a general view of the site where French archaeologists discovered hundreds of 3,000-year-old ... more 
This handout picture released by Egypt's supreme council of antiquities Monday, June 27, 2011, shows a general view of the site where French archaeologists discovered hundreds of 3,000-year-old colored and inscribed limestone blocks believed to have been used to build the sacred walls of a temple dedicated to the goddess Mut. Egypt's Minister of Antiquties, Zahi Hawass, says the blocks were unearthed in San El-Hagar in northern Egypt. San El-Hagar, which was known as Tanis during the Pharaonic era, is one of the oldest Egyptian cities and contains many temples belonging to the god Amun. (AP Photo/ Egypt's Supreme Council Of Antiquities, HO) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Egypt's Supreme Council Of Antiquities, HO
Mon, Jun 27, 2011 12:01 PM EDT