What is your interest in ancient Egyptian history other than their numbers and math?
As an aside, I posted this thread a few months ago:
The Ubaid Cubit-Connection with Egypt?
The Ubaid Period : Evidence of Architectural Planning and the Use of a Standard Unit of Measurement - the "Ubaid cubit" in Mesopotamia
"We have seen from our analysis abundant evidence for the use of a 72 cm Ubaid Cubit".
I have spoken of the Mesopotamian Ubaid culture c.6000-3800BC many times here. Mesopotamian influence on the formation of the Dynastic state. The 1st/2nd Dynasty Egyptians oriented their monumental Mesopotamian inspired architecture to the cardinal points by the corners, not faces-this is the Mesopotamian way. I wonder if the Ubaid cubit is revealed in early Dynastic architecture?
You'd think this would be of interest to many especially the numerologist types, but no. And the few responses there were are unintelligible and/or oblivious to the point of the OP.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Aug-19 21:34 by Thanos5150.