Archaeologists have discovered 27 sarcophagi that were buried more than 2500 years ago in Egypt.
Thirteen sarcophagi were found earlier this month, but a further 14 have followed, according to officials.
The discovery in Saqqara - an ancient burial ground in Egypt - is believed by experts to be the largest of its kind.
"Initial studies indicate that these coffins are completely closed and haven't opened since they were buried," Egypt's Antiquity Ministry said in a statement on Saturday (local time).
Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Dr Khaled Al-Anani initially delayed announcing the discovery until he visited the site himself, where he thanked the workers on-site for working in difficult conditions while abiding by the precautionary COVID-19 measures.
The Ministry is expecting to "reveal more secrets of this reveal" and to announce its details in a press conference later on.