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This image released by the Ir David Foundation - City of David on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, shows Neshama Spielman with an ancient Egyptian amulet dating back more than 3,200 years to the days of the Pharaohs discovered by the 12-year-old Israeli girl.(Adina Graham, Ir David Foundation - City of David via AP) JERUSALEM -- A 12-year-old Israeli girl has discovered an ancient Egyptian amulet dating back more than 3,200 years to the days of the Pharaohs, an official said Tuesday.Neshama Spielman and her family took part in the Temple Mount Sifting Project, an initiative to sort through earth discarded from the area of the biblical temples in Jerusalem.There she found a pendant-shaped amulet bearing the name of the Egyptian ruler Thutmose III.The girl said she found the amulet four years ago, when she was eight.Zeev Orenstein, an official with City of David foundation which supports the sifting project, explained that it can take years to determine the provenance and importance of such archaeological finds.More than 170,000 volunteers have participated since the project began in 2004.
People are normally charged under laws against debauchery or public indecency.
In December last year, Egyptian TV presenter Mona Iraqi accompanied a police raid on a central Cairo bathhouse.
Spielman says Tuesday she was excited to learn of the significance of the amulet she found.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 11 men accused of being gay to jail terms of between three and 12 years, legal sources said.
The defendants, who were arrested in a flat in the leafy Cairo suburb of Agouza in September last year, were convicted of "debauchery and incitement to debauchery".
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The men were allegedly part of a network that offered sexual services for money, acquiring clients through social media, state-owned newspaper announced that locations would be hidden by default for users in countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Russia, which have a history of prosecuting those from the LGBT community.