# Giza Necropolis

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• ## Egyptian Pyramid Research Paper

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 Pyramids were built by humans, scientists have found many facts that have lead up to the assumption that the pyramids were built by aliens, such as the unknown material found in the stones, the constellations that line up with the pyramids, and the most eerie is that the pyramids in case the Nile river perfectly with two diagonal lines. Many people ask the question, who really built the pyramids. The answer varies, some say that it was humans and others say it was the aliens. The scenarios begin to line up when you think about it. One group of researchers found that when two diagonal lines are drawn from the opposite corners, they perfectly incase the Nile river in a triangular shape. Humans could have done that, however it would have taken ages. So the aliens would have had a perfect aerial view to line up the pyramids.(Aliens Built the Pyramids). So who really built the pyramids? The pyramids have been known to line up with the planets every 2,000 to 2,800 years. How could the…

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• ## Pythagoras Research Paper

At about twenty centuries ago there was an amazing discovery about right angled triangles: “In a right angled triangle the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of squares of the other two sides.” It is called Pythagoras Theorem and can be written in one short equation: a²+b²=c² where c is the longest side of triangle and a and b are the other two sides. Pythagoras was born in the island of Samos in 570 BC in Greek in the eastern Agean. He was the son of Mnesarchus and his mother's name…

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• ## Karnak Temple Essay

THE GEOGRAPHY OF KARNAK TEMPLE Karnak Temple is an ancient Egyptian temple precinct which situated in a little old town in Egypt called al-Karnak. The town is arranged on the east bank of the Nile River around 2.5 kilometres north (Jarus 2012). It is located in between Thebes and Luxor. The Karnak Temple is twice as large as the town region and has turned into the town's most famous attraction. The temple is presently an amazing historical centre, and one of the greatest ancient religious…

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• ## Ancient Egyptian Kings Summary

After reading Sherine El-Menshawy’s article entitled, “Notes on the Human Characteristics of Ancient Egyptian Kings”, I found it very interesting. My reason for that is because there are so many theories and opinions of each King. The reasoning for Sherine’s article to be able to get a closer look at this kings and to show us things about them that we have never seen before. I noticed a lot of insight in the article from different people and historians, especially in the first couple of pages…

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• ## How Did Stonehenge Build

What was the Stonehenge built for? There are many ancient histories of kings and cities, even death of people.There are so many ancient histories that hasn't been discovered from the scientists like how they died or what tools they used to make their houses 64000 bc ago. A mystery that hasn't been discovered yet is what the stonehenge were built for. One thing that scientists are still asking is why the stonehenge was built.One…

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• ## The Pros And Cons Of Infrared Satellite Images

From ancient civilizations to hurricanes, researchers and exporeres study nearly everything. Exploreres use various forms technology for conducting their research. These forms include, inventions such as The Mailbox; a invention created by Mel Fisher that aided the discovery of objects underwater, planes to withstand hurricane power, Infrared satellite imagery, etc. Infrared satellite imagery is the most advanced form of technology for researchers and explorers due to the fact that it aids…

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• ## Stonehenge Research Paper

Although the dates of the various phases of construction of the Stonehenge monument, located on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, are generally agreed upon, scholars continue to the debate the methods used to move, shape, and raise the stones of the monument. The Phases of Stonehenge Construction Scholars have divided the construction of Stonehenge into three phases. The most recent scientifically-verified dates for these phases are approximately 3100 to 3000 BC for Stonehenge I, 3000…

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• ## Great Sphinx Research Paper

Turkey. The Great Sphinx has a Stela located in between the front paws of it. A Stela is an upright stone slab with a relief design carved into it. Thirdly, The great Sphinx symbolized strength and wisdom. The real purpose of building the Sphinx is unknown. Some say that it was built as a guard of the Giza Plateau. Others think that was a portrait of King Khafre as stated before. The Great Sphinx has become the tallest Monolith statue in the world. A Monolith statue is a statue that is made of…

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• ## Mummies In Ancient Egypt

working diligently together for 20 years to finish just one pyramid. The pyramids were built exclusively in the desert and were always on the west side of the Nile. Many chambers, dead ends, and false chambers were fashioned to fool robbers who desired to steal the magnificent treasures. In addition to these confusing mazes, curses were written on the wall within the pyramids to terrify tomb raiders. Ancient Egypt is famous for the construction of these enormous pyramids. Egypt is also known…

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• ## What Is Egypt Like Today

Have you ever imagined what Egypt was like thousands of years ago? Or how it’s like today in the modern world? Egypt is a country that is full of history, culture, and geography. All of these factors have had an impact on society today. Egypt is a very historic place. Pharaohs were very important back in ancient times. They were the rulers, or kings, of Egypt. There were 225 known pharaohs of ancient Egypt. Saqqare, a pharaoh of Egypt about 4,700 years ago, built the first pyramid. That…

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