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How the pyramids were built

physicists,from the United States said,thecircularcylinderstetheredabove thestonehelped a lotin the process ofbuilding the pyramids.

Physicistsfrom the University of"Indiana" believe thatthe ancientEgyptianshadtransferredtothe stonegeometric shaperoundconsists of12ribthroughcircularwoodencylinderswhich linkedabovestone.

Thescientists, that this formofconstruction workerscanmove thestoneslong distancestoplacethe pyramidin order to savetimeand effort.

Scientists believethat thestoneoneneedsfor50 mento movequicklytoa second50 cmwhere theweight of the stone's2.5 tons.

He saidthe world ofphysics, "Joseph West": "In this way, static frictionoccursin the desired direction, instead of theoppositionMovementstone

Ashraf Okasha (my friend) started the excavation work which led to the discovery of a limestone Mahat chapel of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II.

On 23rd of April 2014, not far from Seti I temple in Abydos a groundsubsidence outside a house happened as a result of illicit dig inside the neighbour’s house. The Tourism and Antiquities Police managed to arrest the diggers and the Ministry of Antiquities immediately assigned a number of inspectors and Egyptologists to perform cleaning and excavating at the site. The chapel has high reliefs and inscriptions including the titles of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II (reigned ca. 2046 BC – 1995 BC), the first pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom. The significance of this discovery that Mentuhotep II doesn’t have more than few blocked were found in Kom El Sultan necropolis and published by Petrie. The discovered chapel is located 150 meters to the eastern north of Seti I temple. Mentuhotep II grandfather Intef II took possession of Thinis Nome to extended his authority after his victory over the nomarchs of Herakleopolis Magna but on the year 14 of Mentuhotep II reign, the war started again …

Stunning face hidden for thousands of years: Wooden sarcophagus is unearthed at Egyptian necropolis

Encased in soil, this extraordinarily delicate face emerges into the sun for the first time in thousands of years.
The wooden sarcophagus was unearthed by archaeologists at the necropolis of Qubbet el-Hawa in Aswan, Egypt.
Believed to contain the body of a person of some rank, it boasts extraordinarily delicate features, well-preserved by the sands of time.

The piece was found by a team from the University of Jaen, in Spain, who have been carrying out digs at the site since 2008.
Since starting a fresh excavation in January,