Egyptian archeologists have uncovered parts of a huge red brick building that dated back to the Greco Roman era in the Nile Delta province of Gharbia، the Ministry of Antiquities said in a statement on Wednesday، according to Xinhua.
The building is most probably part of a bath. It measures about 16 meters long، 3.5 meters wide and 1.80 meters high، the statement added.
The mission also found pottery vessels، terracotta statues، bronze tools، stone fragment engraved with hieroglyphs and a small statue of a ram، it added.
It added that the most important discovered artifact is a gold coin of King Ptolemy II، which was made in the reign of King Ptolemy IV in memory of his father.