A 2,000-year-old mummified woman wrapped in linen and dried flowers was uncovered from a gold-covered coffin in the oasis town of Fayoum, an Egyptian newspaper reported Saturday. The semi-official newspaper al-Ahram quoted antiquities official Ali el-Kholi as saying the unidentified woman had a small child, believed to be her son, by her side. The coffin was unearthed by U.S. archaeologists among several Greco-Roman tombs 60 miles southwest of Cairo.