The Egyptian security services succeeded in seizing two people in Luxor to excavate the antiquities, which led to the archaeological excavation of "an extension of the Temple of Esna".

Egyptian media revealed that two people secretly dug a house, one of them with the intention of searching and excavating antiquities, and after codifying the procedures, the house was targeted and the suspects were seized.

It turns out that the first hole is lateral to the northeast towards a length of 3 m, and there is a sandstone wall with colored drawings and inscriptions and writings in the hieroglyphic language in deep inscription, and the second in the western direction with a length of 2 meters, ending with a basement in the north direction located between two walls of sandstone, one of which has drawings and inscriptions Colorful and hieroglyphic inscriptions with a prominent inscription bearing a cartridge bearing the name "King Ptolemy" and a colorful inscription of the deity "Nate" of the main deities of the Temple of Esna, and the second wall is free of inscriptions or inscriptions.

By conducting the inspection with the knowledge of Luxor Archeologists, they stated that the excavation is for the purpose of researching and excavating the antiquities, and that the wall is an archaeological find, drawings, writings and inscriptions dating back to the Ptolemaic period and an extension of the Temple of Esna, which is located about 200 meters from the exact excavation.