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Egypt’s Great Pyramid the new evidence


Egypt’s Great Pyramid The New Evidence has revealed that the Great Pyramid of Khufu was built using a complicated system of waterways.

Egypt’s Great Pyramid the new evidence

Thousands of workers transported 170,000 tonnes of limestone in wooden boats along the Nile River. Each 2.5-tonne block was ferried through specially built canals into an inland port at the foot of the Great Pyramid.

The discovery of an ancient papyrus diary, written by an overseer named Merer, is a first-hand record of how the pyramid was built.

Merer describes, in detail, how the limestone blocks were moved from the quarry in Tura to Giza in boats. This together with the unearthing of a lost waterway beneath the Giza plateau and the finding of a ceremonial boat, now strongly suggests that thousands of labourers transported the building blocks of the pyramid along the Nile River Nile, then through canals to the construction site.

8 thoughts on “Egypt’s Great Pyramid the new evidence

  1. Just printed off the article on gold technology and looking forward to reading it . It looks very interesting . You should post more articles like that so your readers can have a deeper understanding of ancient Egyptian civilization .

  2. The research and dedication exhibited by you is second to none. I am amazed by the detail in your newsletters. Keep it up.

  3. The program was brilliant I enjoyed it tremendously. Same as I enjoy your emails the ancient. Egiptians. We’re very. Clever

  4. Enjoyed the video very much. I look forward to each and every email. The more we learn about the ancient Egyptians the more astounded I am at their achievements.

  5. What were the ancient ropes as well as the new ropes used in the construction of the boats, made of, cotton, hemp, what? I do not remember it being said during the documentary.

  6. Adding to the theories re the pyramids, this gives another dimension using man-made canals.
    It was thought the materials were within the area where they were built. I look forward to more findings about Ancient Egypt

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