The Big Puzzle Finally Solved! Who Made The Large Pyramid Of Giza

There are around 138 remaining Egyptian pyramids and the Great Pyramid of Giza, near Cairo, is one of them.

Many theories were offered at the table in the terms of the Pyramid of Giza including the one that Aliens built it.

The pyramid of Giza remained one the world’s greatest puzzles for the archaeologists and the ordinary human as well. However, a new clue reveals how the Egyptians transferred 2.5-ton blocks for 500 miles and how the used blocks of limestone and granite to create the burial place of Pharaoh Khufu in 2,600 BC.

In the distant past, the pyramids were assigned to be built by the pharaohs themselves who later gathered the best human resources they could ever find – architects and engineers with reputation. That’s how they made sure the construction will turn into success.

Anyway, the people directly involved with the work were the group of captivated slaves who worked their tails off for a bite of food.

In the Wadi Al – Jarf seaport was found an ancient papyrus that gave a new meaning on the boats in the whole pyramid creation business.

The Great Pyramid of Giza, tall 481 ft, was the most extensive manufactured architecture on Earth until the middle ages.

The material that was found is proof that thousands of workers transferred around 170,000 tons of limestone along the river Nile in boats made out of wood.

The only first-hand account of the construction of the Pyramid of Giza, written by Merer, explains profoundly how stones covered in limestone were carried from Tura to Giza.

In this diary, Merer also mentions how his working group was part of the transformation of the countryside to achieve water to be redirected from the Nile to the pyramid by channels made with bare man hands.

Mark Lehner, an American archaeologist, has found an evidence of a waterway underneath the plateau of Giza. He said: “We’ve outlined the central canal basin which we think was the primary delivery area to the foot of the Giza Plateau.”

The documentary film made for one of the most mysterious structures, the Pyramid of Giza, unleashes all the new data that solves the mystery and gives a new point of view for the construction in the distant past.

Some of the platforms made from wood were brought back by a specialist and they were examined with a 3D object to see how they worked together. It turns out they were embroidered with a rope.

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