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The discovery of the largest ancient city in Egypt has unearthed a wealth of information about how Egyptians lived 3,000 years ago. Betsy Bryan, professor of Egyptian art and archaeology at Johns Hopkins University, joins Matt Bubala to talk about her time in Egypt studying the find and what it means for our understanding of the ancient world.