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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Neutralised Euclid Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained at Site:XX until a much larger containment chamber can be constructed. SCP-XXXX-1 is to be kept apart from SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3. SCP-XXXX-1 is not to be separated from SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3 under any circumstances.

Item Description: SCP-XXXX consists of three anomalous entities, designated as SCP-XXXX-1, SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3. SCP-XXXX-1 is a large humanoid figure, approximately 3.5 metres in height and weighing 300 kilograms. Its skin is olive coloured, closely resembling type 3 pigmentation found in Asia, the Mediterranean and Latin America. Its head is topped with long black hair, which it keeps tied back in a style reminiscent of ancient Assyria.

SCP-XXXX-2 is a set of thick bronze chains. The chains are wrapped around SCP-XXXX-3, and prevent SCP-XXXX-3 from being opened. SCP-XXXX-2 is used by SCP-XXXX-1 to secure SCP-XXXX-3 to itself, allowing it to carry the other object more easily.

SCP-XXXX-3 is a large red marble coffin, 2.5 meters in length. Weighing approximately 1180 Kilograms, when not covered by SCP-XXXX-2. SCP-XXXX-3 is covered in text, which has been carved into the marble. The text has been observed to glow faintly in the dark, and fills with a black ink-like substance to make the carvings easier to read. In brightly lit areas. SCP-XXXX-3 does not display any other anomalous properties.

SCP-XXXX was discovered in the Sahara Desert, within the borders of Libya in ██/██/1997. SCP-XXXX was discovered after a powerful sandstorm uncovered a structure of unknown origin. An archaeological expedition was sponsored by the Libyan Government, and sent out to investigate. The site was cordoned off and guarded, while the archaeologists examined the structure and tried to find a way inside. The structure itself was a 25 x 25 x 25m square, constructed of thick obsidian and marble. The structure was theorised to be a form of tomb, similar to early Egyptian Mastabas, but of much higher quality. Archaeologists working to open the structure reported feelings of exhaustion and nausea. This was explained away as heat stroke and staff were rotated as the excavation of the structure and surrounding area continued.

Unable to find any obvious or hidden entrances, and due to the lack of manpower brought on by sickness. It was decided, via a vote among the excavation team to force open the structure, using hammers and chisels to loosen the marble blocks that formed the structure. An interview with one of the surviving Libyan soldiers protecting the excavation goes on to explain that their was a release of air. When the first stone was removed, the whole structure was illuminated in white light. A full account can be read in interview log 01.

Following the anomalous light, the structure was engulfed in a localised sandstorm, which began to spread rapidly in both size and intensity. Soldiers and members of the excavation team were forced to abandon the site. The sandstorm remained localised for 72 hourss, while meteorologists and other experts were contacted by the Libyan Government. After the third day, the sandstorm began moving towards the Libyan capital. The surviving archaeologists and a larger military escort returned to the original excavation site, after the sandstorm passed. The stone structure was found worn down to its foundation and a few pieces of marble rubble. The marble appeared to be extremely weather worn, similar to many surviving pyramids and similar structures exposed to the elements. The bodies of three members of the excavation team that were left behind, were discovered. Two of the bodies were ripped in half, while the third was trapped under a worn down marble block. All three bodies were dry and hardened, the flesh having turned grey. A sole survivor was found, suffering from severe dehydration. The surviving excavation team member one ██████ ██████, after being treated for severe dehydration, managed to describe what happened, after he was left behind.

Thick streams of sand and wind emerged from within the structure. The four members of the excavation team, left behind. Tried to push the loose marble block back into place, after realising the storm was coming from inside. They were prevented from sealing the structure by SCP-XXXX-3 which lashed out through the opening, and killed two members of the excavation team directly. The marble block was pushed free by a massive hand. Which then trapped and killed the third victim. The fourth member of the team escaped and took shelter inside one of the tents, erected just outside the excavation site.

SCP-XXXX emerged fully from the structure after three days, and was witnessed leaving the site. Ignoring the lone survivor, even when it spotted him moving inside the tent. SCP-XXXX was eventually spotted still in the Sahara Desert. The storm was continuing to grow in intensity, SCP-XXXX was visible at the epicentre of the anomalous weather. The Libyan government authorised an attack on the entity. Attempts at long range bombardment were unsuccessful as the storm's intensity knocked any long range missiles and shells off course. SCP-XXXX was finally stopped when armoured divisions moved close enough to get a clear shot.

SCP-XXXX-1 was severely wounded and halted its advance. Becoming separated from SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3 as it endured sustained attacks and was neutralised. The sandstorm began to fade afterwards and dissipated within fully within 5 hours, the Libyan military seizing SCP-XXXX and moving the individual items to two separate locations. Approximately 48 hours after being neutralised SCP-XXXX-1's remains were acquired by the Foundation. An autopsy of SCP-XXXX-1's corpse was performed by Doctor Harold Kline, Doctor Kline and assisting Foundation staff reported feeling nauseous and tired, requiring frequent breaks before returning to work. Doctor Kline determined that the body of SCP-XXXX-1 was the cause of the sickness affecting the staff, and that it wasn't a disease or similar bio-hazardous anomaly. SCP-XXXX-1 was deemed neutralised after the autopsy. Its body was to be stored for further study, at site ██.

After acquisition of SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3, from Libyan authorities. SCP-XXXX-2 became active when stored in a 10m x 10m x 10m containment chamber at Site ██. SCP-XXXX-3 began to visibly glow while SCP-XXXX-2 lashed out, damaging the containment chamber.