Archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered a royal tomb that could date back thousands of years, CNCB reports.
The tomb was found in Luxor where lots of other ancient artefacts have been discovered.
Luxor is a city filled with ancient Egyptian history and home to some of Egypt's most famous tombs and monuments like the Valley of the Kings and the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Experts think this tomb was from the 18th Dynasty of Pharaonic Egypt, which was from 1550 BC to 1292 BC.
Whilst it could take a while before we know who the royal could be, teams think it could be a queen or a princess.
The excavation site was very near the Valleys of Kings and Queens - where hugely famous ancient Egyptian discoveries have been made.
These include Tutankhamun, Seti I and Ramses II.
This specific site was along the west bank of the River Nile, near Luxor in Egypt.
Because of how close the site was to the Valley of Kings and Queens, archaeologists think the tomb could be one for a royal, perhaps a queen or a princess.
It can be very difficult to tell in the early stages of excavation, and the team will need to do some special work on the site to make sure they do not damage any of the artefacts whilst digging.
It's said to be in a pretty poor condition though as a result of ancient flooding of the nearby river Nile.
The team think the tomb dates back to around 1550 B.C. to 1292 B.C. - over 3000 years ago!
The time period was called the 18th Dynasty of Pharaonic Egypt.