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Hanslune Wrote:
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> ConfusedAboutEgypt Wrote:
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> > What about the Nile River?
> > Please help me understand this weird question.
>
>
> [brilliantmaps.com]
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>
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> 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:
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> 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
> Settlement
> Pyramids
>
> And, the light blue line is its present course.
>
> So all those stones are around but buried under
> sand. Good hunting

Good point!

In order to find sunken treasure you'd have to identify the places that the old and new rivers intersect and then dig down 30'. If we just leave them there might be some really interesting fossilized statues in millions of years. Of course they may be no easier to find.

Man fears the pyramid, time fears man.

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Where is all the lost sunken stone works of Egypt at the bottom of the Nile River? 683 ConfusedAboutEgypt 11-Nov-18 01:34
Mod Note > Topic Moved 150 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? 213 cladking 11-Nov-18 02:15
The Nile shifts in its course over time - map 215 Hanslune 11-Nov-18 04:31
Re: The Nile shifts in its course over time - map 199 cladking 11-Nov-18 14:31
Re: The Nile shifts in its course over time - map 283 Hanslune 11-Nov-18 16:19


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