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    The Egyptian Pyramids

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    When an individual tends to think of pyramids, their mind usually wanders off the the great pyramids of Giza, or just the Egyptians in general. What many are not aware of though, is that in there are pyramids of various shapes and sizes in many different parts are the world, with some of them being found in unexpected locations. In 2008, a set of three “pyramids” were found in Visoko, Bosnia. Bosnia is located in Eastern Europe near Croatia and Serbia, and the discovery of these pyramids was quite shocking to some archeologists and most of the world. The archaeological site, now called the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids didn 't look like the way one might imagine a pyramid to appear. These pyramids were seen as a tumulus. “A tumulus is a…

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    The Pyramids are filled with mysteries, such as the real reason they were built, who built them, and many more. Some say the Pyramids were built for Pharaohs and others say that they were built as an alien spaceship. Many say, that the pyramids were built by groups of men, up to 10,000 at a time. Others say that they were built with the large groups, however the men were all under the control of a God. Finally some say that aliens built the Pyramids. Although many people say that the…

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    Ancient Egyptian Pyramids

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    Egypt with the Great pyramids. The complex of the ancient pyramids of Giza are impress us with its size. However, pyramids of Giza are not the only pyramids of Egypt. There are many other pyramids exist, but they do not differ with that grandiosity that the pyramids of Giza have, which amazed human beings in the past and continue to astound today. Even the idea that people with only primitive mechanical devices built these bulks, admire and will admire us in the future, regardless of the fact…

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    of the World to be standing is the Egyptian Pyramids. The pyramids were one of the first of the seven wonders to be built and is also one of the tallest to this day. What makes the pyramids so interesting is how they were built. The pyramids were built with no modern tech-nology in hand. So they were basically by man and man-made tools. The reason the Great Pyramid was built was for the Old Kingdom ruler Khufu, the pyramid had a burial chamber built inside with a stone sarcophagus because…

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    Across the barren desert, eyes gaze upon anyone who comes across its path. Baring the face of a supposed killer, standing tall and mighty, always ready to strike. Protecting a lifelong mystery, waiting to be uncovered. There are a lot of unexplained mysteries and phenomenon in history. One of the most sacred and mysterious of all is the Sphinx. Theories of this creation range from being the resting place for the god Osiris, and the tomb of the Pharaoh Khafre but, the most realistic and…

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    It appears that the Pyramid Texts are indeed reflective of ancient Egyptian society at the time of the OK. Distribution and usage of funerary texts indicate how strongly the upper and lower classes were divided. (At this point in history, the middle class did not exist yet). The political and religious dominance of the pharaoh was firmly established and never questioned. The PT also reflected religious beliefs but altered to better the perception of kingship (Simpson 2003:247). To further…

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    Egypt, more specifically the kingdoms. The Nile River would flood the valley with rich soil, prompting crops to grow throughout the year. This left a lot time for the peasants to have for free. The pharaoh, ruler of Egypt, put the peasants to work building the pyramids, so there wouldn’t be revolts, and this would keep Egypt unified. Question Investigated My question is, where did the idea of building pyramid for remembrance of the Egyptian Pharaohs come from? Sources A. The first source…

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    The Alchemist Book Report

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    child who tells him that he will find a hidden treasure. Only if he travel to the Egyptian pyramids. This happens while he was sleeping near the sycamore tree of an abandoned church. Then afterward an old woman tells Santiago that this dream is real and if he want to get the treasure then he must follow the dream exactly how it is. Because Santiago is a shepherd uncertainness becomes no more. Later Santiago meets an Old man named Melchizedek. He has ability to read minds. He tells Santiago that…

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    The Royal Canadian Mint

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    impressive architectural presence in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba because of its impressive sculptural form that inspire from the past Egyptian architecture, the Pyramid of Djoser. It is located in 520 Lagimodiere Boulevard, assertively welcoming those who enter the city from the east. It stands out as an intriguing piece of architectural work because of the visual choices Gaboury has produced, deriving inspiration from the Egyptian pyramids combined with modernist architecture influence from…

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    The Alchemist Report

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    Transpersonal psychology is said to be idiosyncratic, subjectively experienced by each person who undergoes such an awakening. Those who believe have experienced and tend to share common characteristics. The alchemist and Englishman did not think Santiago was crazy when he told them about his dream. Both of them had their own experiences in which they could relate or give him knowledge. When the boy had finally arrived at the pyramids and was digging for his treasure, some men beat him and took…

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