Decode the mystery of the pyramid

The biggest question about the pyramid has been answered, after archaeologists discovered the secrets behind how ancient people built the Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt).

 For many centuries, later generations have still not been able to explain one of the world’s greatest mysteries: How could a society in the Bronze Age (specifically around 2600 BC) create the Great Depression? Giza pyramid, one of the oldest and only surviving structures among the 7 wonders of the ancient world?

Discoveries about ancient Egypt shocked the year 2016In 2016, the world witnessed many new discoveries in the field of archeology in Egypt, revealing mysteries that have never been discovered for thousands of years.With an original height of 149.6 m, the Great Pyramid of Giza, also known as the Kheops pyramid, until the Middle Ages was still the largest man-made structure on earth, before giving way to the Royal Palace. Lincoln Cathedral in England in the 14th century.While some conspiracy theorists do not hesitate to speculate that this work could only be done with the help of aliens, scientists and archaeologists are still looking for possible evidence. can explain the existence of the pyramid.

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The ancient scroll is the diary of a foreman named Merer. Photo: ReutersNow, after years of perseverance, their efforts have been rewarded. According to the report Egypt’s Great Pyramid: The New Evidence on British TV channel 4, archaeologists have found extremely interesting evidence showing the method of transporting blocks of limestone and granite weighing 2.5 kg. ton/cubic meter from more than 800 km away to reach the site of the construction of the tomb for Pharaoh Khufu.The evidence lies in an ancient parchment scroll, the work diary of an ancient foreman, which records how thousands of skilled workers transported 170,000 tons of stone along the Nile River in wooden boats strung together with ropes. rope, through a specially designed canal system to the harbor next to the construction site.Written by Merer, a foreman in charge of a team of 40 skilled workers, the ancient scroll is so far the only document recognized as authentic, related to pyramid building activities. In his diary, Mr. Merer describes in detail how the blocks were brought from Tura downriver to Giza on boats tied together with ropes.His team was also involved in completely changing the land within the project, building giant dikes that converted water from the Nile River into an artificial canal system to where the pyramid was built. American archaeologist Mark Lehner, a leading expert in this field, has also unearthed evidence of the presence of a buried waterway beneath the Giza plateau.”We have outlined the central canal area that we believe is the place to transport stone to the foot of the Giza plateau,” according to the American expert.Meanwhile, another group also announced the results of the successful excavation of a boat that played a ceremonial role, designed for Pharaoh Khufu to continue leading his people after death.