Egypt's pyramids have been around for thousands of years... another one surfaced just yesterday.
For our Geo Quiz --we're looking for the name of the place where Egyptian archaeologists discovered the country's 118th pyramid.
This latest pyramid is believed to be the tomb of Queen Sesheshet, the mother of a pharaoh.
Zahi Hawass is the head of Egyptian antiquities...he said it was an important find:
â€œYou cannot reconstruct history without knowing the pyramids of queens, the pyramids of the mother of the king. From the archeological point of view also, this pyramid may be the most complete subsidiary pyramid ever found at â€œbleeped outâ€.â€
Wait -- I didn't catch that...WHERE did he say it was found? That's the place we want you to name. It's somewhere south of Cairo. The site is an ancient burial ground or "necropolis"...and it's located on the west bank of the Nile.