The Serapeum of Saqqara is without doubt one of the most enigmatic ancient sites, not only in Egypt, but the world.

Located north west of the Step Pyramid at Saqqara, the site is interpreted by Egyptologists to be the burial place of sacred Apis bulls, dating back to the time of Ramesses the Great. But with its unexplainable artefacts, it is more likely that the Serapeum is Pre-dynastic and it is more likely to be a sacred site of ritual than the burial place of the Apis bull.

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