Enoch the Seer, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Last Days J. Marc. Merrill. and
entirely make off with the queen's body when there were many more portable
objects of great value about in the tomb? 2. Even if the thieves had “made straight
Author: J. Marc. Merrill
Publisher: Author House
Like the Great Pyramid, mysteries surround the other pyramids as well as other features found at the Giza plateau in Egypt. For example: Why does the second pyramid have two entrances, both off center, while the single entrance to the third pyramid is centered? What was the purpose of the two lower chambers in the second pyramid? Moreover, why was the sarcophagus in this pyramid made to be wider than the passages that lead to the upper chamber? In a related matter, why were the bones of a bull placed in the sarcophagus? And why was the sarcophagus sunk into the floor up to its lid? At the third pyramid, why were parts of a body dating to the Christian period wrapped in a coarse yellow woolen cloth and buried beneath three feet of rubbish in the upper chamber? Why in the third pyramid was the lower vaulted chamber designed so that it would absorb both sound and light? Out on the plateau, what was the purpose of the so-called trial passages? On the south side of the Great Pyramid, why was an ancient boat dismantled and buried in a pit east of that pyramids north-south axis? And what was stored in the other pit west of the axis? Do the four so-called air shafts in the Great Pyramid link the three major pyramids together? And how are the compartments above the Kings Chamber related to the end time? David Furlong, author of The Keys to the Temple, says the whole of the Giza complex was based on a coherent design intended to portray a spiritual theme (page 89). Volume 2 of Books Written in Stone: Enoch the Seer, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Last Days provides the evidence to support this thesis.
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ALTENMÜLLER ... A . M . BLACKMAN The Rock Tombs of Meir IV , ASE 25 ,
London 1924 . P . A . A ... N . DE G . Davies , The Rock Tombs of Deir el -
Gebrawi II , ASE 12 , London 1902 . K . T . EL ... S . Hassan , Excavations at Giza
( Vol . I ) , 1929 ...
Author: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut. Abteilung Kairo
Vol. 14, "Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Profesor Dr. Hermann Kees" ; Vols. 15-16, "Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Hermann Junker."
Kanawati, Governmental N. Kanawati, Governmental reforms in Old reform
Kanawati, el-Hawawish Kanawati, Tomb Kanawati, Giza I Kanawati, Giza II
Kanawati, Burial chambers Kaplony, Methethi Kayser, ... N. Kanawati, Tombs at
Author: L.H. Roeten
In The Decoration on the Cult Chapel Walls of the Old Kingdom Tombs at Giza Leo Roeten demonstrates that the 5th dynasty was a period of drastic changes in the mode of food supply for the deceased, the type of decoration on the walls, and the secondary cultic functions.
LII; and that of Hierakonpolis after James Quibell, Hierakonpolis 2 (London, 1902
), pl. LXXII. Funerary scenes from Debehni's tomb chapel, after Selim Hassan,
Excavations at Giza, vol. 4 (Cairo, 1943), p. 176, fig. 122. Ra-wer's '
Author: John Romer
Publisher: Penguin UK
This definitive, multi-volume history of the world's first known state reveals that much of what we have been taught about Ancient Egypt is the product of narrow-minded visions of the past Drawing on a lifetime of research, John Romer chronicles the history of Ancient Egypt from the building of the Great Pyramid through the rise and fall of the Middle Kingdom: a peak of Pharaonic culture and the period when writing first flourished. He reveals how the grand narratives of nineteenth and twentieth-century Egyptologists have misled us by portraying a culture of cruel monarchs and chronic war. Instead, based in part on discoveries of the past two decades, this extraordinary account shows what we can really learn from the remaining architecture, objects and writing: a history based on physical reality.
Illustrations in the tombs of Ty and Rekhmire and a model from the tomb of
Meketra trace the developments made in tools and ... Vol . II . Warminster , 1994 .
Continues the theme of the first volume and contains a second list of furniture
preserved in minor world museums . ... A History of the Giza Necropolis , Volume
Author: Donald B. Redford
Featuring 600 original articles written by leading experts, it goes far beyond the findings of archaeology to include social, political, religious, cultural and artistic information on the Nile Delta civilization.
The purpose of this series is to re-record and publish some of the important tombs at Giza according to modern standards.
Author: Naguib Kanawati
Publisher: Australian Center for Egyptology
Earlier published records of the mastabas at Giza have provided a wealth of information about the art, architecture, history and burial customs of Old Kingdom Egypt, but these records are now proved to be incomplete and to contain some inaccuracies. The purpose of this series is to re-record and publish some of the important tombs at Giza according to modern standards. Volume 2 in the series contains new information about two tombs originally published by Junker, Seshathetep/Heti (G5150), Nesutnefer (G4970), and a third tomb, Seshemnefer II (G5080), which until now has remained mostly unpublished. Several aspects of each tomb are examined in detail, including: the tomb's owner, his family and dependents, the dating of the tomb, architectural features, scenes and inscriptions, colour conventions, and important artefactual finds.
22 Hermann Junker , Giza : Bericht über die von der Akademie der
Wissenschaften in Wien auf gemeinsame Kosten mit Dr. Wilhelm Pelizaeus ... 28
In both the western and eastern fields the tombs of lesser officials and
descendants or funerary ... 1 Cecil M. Firth and Battiscombe Gunn , Teti Pyramid
Cemeteries , Excavations at Saqqara 7 ( Cairo : IFAO , 1926 ) , vol . 1 , 38 , 142 (
20 ) , vol . 2 , pl .
Author: James P. Allen
Publisher: Los Angeles County Museum
A volume of essays designed to accompany the catalogue of the same title. It aims to place the achievements of American Egyptologists into a broader context, with essays on 10 successive periods of Egyptian and Nubian cultural history, from the Pre-Dynastic era to Roman times.