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Excavation work for the third tomb is still underway.

This undated photo released by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities shows sarcophagi in a Ptolemaic tomb in an area known as al-Kamin al-Sahraw, in the Nile Valley province of Minya south of Cairo.

The DPP said Ricardo Johnson and Witness A later went to Johnson's home.

"While they were there a motor car drove up, and in that car was is Janeil Ballentyne and Desmond Ballentyne, and Mr Dennis Clayton.

One of the tombs has a burial shaft carved in rock and leads to a chamber where anthropoid lids and four sarcophagi for two women and two men were found.

Another tomb contains two chambers; one of them has six burial holes, including one for a child.

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"One of the tenants was an old lady, and she made a report to her granddaughter, who was the babymother of Dennis Clayton, one of the accused," the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Paula Llewellyn, said.(Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities via AP) The discovery was made in the Nile Valley province of Minya south of Cairo, in an area known as al-Kamin al-Sahrawi.Tuesday's statement by the ministry says the unearthed sarcophagi and clay fragments suggest that the area was a large necropolis from sometime between the 27th Dynasty and the Greco-Roman period.She noted that Clayton along went to the yard and March 16, 2009 and spoke to Witness A (who will not be named), who was the landlord of the tenant."There was a quarrel between Witness A and Mr Clayton.

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