In the city of the dead Saqqara, discovered by Egyptian archaeologists a tomb, whose age is estimated to be 4,000 to 4,500 years.
The Ministry of Antiquities-Arab Republic of Egypt has informed via tweeter that "Minister of Antiquities with 52 foreign ambassadors, cultural attachés, & well-known Egyptian actress Yosra, to inspect a newly discovered tomb of a dignitary from the reign of king Djedkare." .
The official that the tomb belongs to, known as "Khuwy", is thought to have been a nobleman during this dynasty.
One theory is that Khuwy and Djedkare Isesi could have been related, while others say the tomb's unique design is the result of the pharaoh's reforms of state administration and funerary cults.
The tomb itself is mostly made from white limestone blocks, while the stunning paintings within were created with a special green resin, according to the Egyptian antiquities ministry.
The latest discovery could shed new light on the pyramids themselves.
Archaeologists recently found an inscription on a granite column dedicated to Queen Setibhor, who is believed to have been the wife of King Djedkare Isesis, the eighth and penultimate king of the dynasty.
Mr Megahed said: "The L-shaped Khuwy tomb starts with a small corridor heading downwards into an antechamber and from there a larger chamber with painted reliefs depicting the tomb owner seated at an offering table".
The design of the north wall and the entrance of the cemetery is simulated from the design of the royal pyramids of the Fifth Dynasty.
The pharaoh-who reigned for almost 40 years between 2414 and 2375 B.C. -is considered to be one of the most influential rulers of Ancient Egypt, largely as a result of his administrative and religious reforms, according to Egyptologist Ahmed Saleh, Egypt Today reported. The fifth Dynasty spanned from the 25th to the 24th century BCE. The ancient Egyptian burial ground, Saqqara is located about 20 kilometers South of Cairo.
The discovery was made while carrying out excavation and documentation survey.