> Third, I recently came across a webpage without
> references that alleges that beneath its exterior,
> the Mycerinus pyramid is configured as a step
> pyramid rather than as a layered construction.
No scientific testing has been done but the breech on the north side apparently uncovers an underlying step.
It's likely all the great pyramids (and G3) are stepped in this manner. The gravimetric scan for G1 clearly shows five steps and the the hole on the south side shows weak confirmation.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 06-Sep-19 13:48 by cladking.
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