Khufu


Khufu More Than 4,500 Years After Its Completion Virtually Everything Is Known About Khufu S Pyramid Except For The Most Important Fact Its Method Of Construction At Present There Are No Answers To The Mysteries Of This Colossal Monument 146.70 Meters In Height The World S Tallest Building Until The Nineteenth Century 230.60 Meters Square Base, 2.6 Million Cubic Meters In Volume, And 5,500,000 Tons In Weight Spread Uniquely Over Than 220 Layers This Book Solves The Riddles Of Khufu S Pyramid By Combining Archaeological Information From Distinguished Researchers, And A Professional Architect S Approach This Monument Set Many Precedents, Such As It Was The First Building In History To Use Integrated Technical Means For Its Construction And In Its Architecture After Studying In Detail All Of The Components Of The Pyramid Materials, Tools, Transportation And Human Strength Mr Houdin Pieces Together The Extraordinary Planning And Organization, The Technical Skill, And The Machines Which Allowed This Great Pyramid To Rise Over A Period On Twenty One Years, And Last Until Today.

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  1. Christine Van Heertum says:

    La construction de la pyramide vue par les yeux d un architecte Certains points de la th orie sont int ressants, mais je reste tr s sceptique concernant l affirmation selon laquelle les pierres de parement ont t dress es en premier lieu, impliquant que la pyramide est remplie au fur et mesure les blocs de parement auraient immanquablement t marqu s, abim s par les diverses man uvres, et m me si l auteur indique que dans ce cas, les Egyptiens auraient constamment retravaill la surface, La construction de la pyramide vue par les yeux d un architecte Certains points de la th orie sont int ressants, mais je reste tr s sceptique concernant l affirmation selon laquelle les pierres de parement ont t dress es en premier lieu, impli...

  2. Samantha says:

    I love anything about ancient Egypt, and to learn about the pyramids in a way that was never taught to me in school was very interesting

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