Archaeologists perplexed by large ‘anomaly’ found buried under Giza pyramids

Archaeologists have stumbled upon what they described as a large “anomaly” buried under the Giza pyramid complex in Egypt.

Researchers used new tools like ground-penetrating radar to assess the area under the Western Cemetery in Giza to see if anything undiscovered was buried there.

They discovered a pair of underground structures – one shallow, the other deep – beneath a royal graveyard near the 4,500-year-old Great Pyramid.