An Egyptian priest is the most famous person in the Middle East.

He was a warrior who commanded thousands of men in battle, an icon of the ancient Egyptian empire.

But the Egyptians themselves have a different version of the story of the Egyptian warrior.

Egyptian archaeologists have found a new version of what the Egyptian priests looked like in the 19th century.

The new image was discovered in an ancient tomb at Giza that was excavated in 2015 by the Egyptian government.

The tomb, known as the Morsa Tomb, contains the remains of a 13th-century Egyptian priest who died around the same time as the tomb, which dates back to the 4th century B.C. It’s the first time that Egypt’s archaeologist has found a priest from a different era.

The image shows an Egyptian priest with a sword in his right hand, with his left foot raised and his left hand resting on the ground.

He wears a red robe and carries a spear and shield.

“It’s a very special place for me because I’m not a priest, I’m a warrior,” he said in a documentary by Egyptian broadcaster al-Araby.

He has been identified by the name ‘Brahm,’ which means “the son of God,” a title that is said to have given him the name “Brahmar.”

The tomb is also the only one to contain a female priest.

The Egyptians believe the name Brahmar came from a Canaanite word meaning “father of gods,” which means the priest is related to the god Baal.

A different name was given to the priest, according to Egyptian scholars.

The name Brahm comes from the word “brahm” meaning “to bring forth.”

The name “Bahm” is also believed to have come from the Arabic word “bahm,” which is the word for “god.”

Egyptian archaeologists believe the priest was buried in the tomb after the death of a powerful ruler and died with his wife and sons.

It is unknown whether the name of the tomb was his or her.

Archaeologists found evidence of a tomb in the area of the grave.

A statue of the same priest was discovered about a decade ago in the same tomb.

The statue shows the priest in the front with his hands raised and the back resting on his feet.

The woman is holding a spear.

Archaeologist Abu Salem told Al-Arabiya that the statue was discovered by archaeologists after the burial of a prominent Egyptian ruler, known in the ancient history as “Sargon.”

The statue was dated to the 12th century A.D., when the region was under the rule of a strong Assyrian dynasty.

The statues have been found in a number of sites around Egypt.

It also suggests that the tomb belonged to a powerful royal family.

The grave of a priest at the tomb is believed to be in the 4500-year-old tomb of King Umer who ruled Egypt for about 150 years.

Umer was one of the greatest generals of ancient Egypt, who also led the armies of Alexander the Great.

Umed, or Umer II, was known for his ability to bring peace and stability to Egypt.

He is believed by some scholars to have been the first Egyptian ruler to defeat the Assyrians and defeated the invading Persian empire in the Persian Wars of 754-550 B.S. “This was the first instance of a warrior being buried with his family,” said Abu Salem.

The mummy is now being kept at the National Museum of Egypt, and the tomb will be opened for visitors in a few months.

The archaeological team hopes to uncover more about the Egyptian religion and culture, and it hopes to bring more discoveries about the ancient Egyptians.