> What about the Nile River?
> Please help me understand this weird question.
The map above shows how the course of the Nile river in Egypt has changed over the past 5,000 years. Additionally, it also shows settlements and Pyramid sites.
In case you’re having a hard time reading the map legend it says:
500 years BP (before present day)
1000 years BP
1500 years BP
2000 years BP
2500 years BP
3000 years BP
3500 years BP
4000 years BP
4500 years BP
5000 years BP
And, the light blue line is its present course.
So all those stones are around but buried under sand. Good hunting
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11-Nov-18 04:32 by Hanslune.
|Where is all the lost sunken stone works of Egypt at the bottom of the Nile River?||729||ConfusedAboutEgypt||11-Nov-18 01:34|
|Mod Note > Topic Moved||158||Dr. Troglodyte||11-Nov-18 01:54|
|Re: Where is all the lost sunken stone works of Egypt at the bottom of the Nile River?||230||cladking||11-Nov-18 02:15|
|The Nile shifts in its course over time - map||224||Hanslune||11-Nov-18 04:31|
|Re: The Nile shifts in its course over time - map||207||cladking||11-Nov-18 14:31|
|Re: The Nile shifts in its course over time - map||302||Hanslune||11-Nov-18 16:19|