Ancient Egyptian ruins of a once bustling barracks and port unearthed next to the Giza Pyramids

What was once believed to be a camp for the Pyramid builders in Giza may have actually been barracks for the Pharoah’s military troops. Archaeologists have discovered evidence of barracks close to an ancient port suggesting the settlement could have been home to soldiers or sailors. The findings call into question previous theories that thousands of workers would have set up camp in the region