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Antiques discovered in Afghanistan

13 January, 2005

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KABUL, January 14 (Online): Information and Culture officials of Balkh province have said that they have discovered several antiques with the help of French archaeologists in Zarkar Sapia district.

According to BBC, Information and Culture officials of Balkh province have said that 35 boxes of different historical items were found during digging.

The head of Information and Culture officials of Balkh province told BBC that a mummy was also discovered.

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