> OK, purpose of this thread is to discuss the technological
> capabilities of the early dynastic and pre dynastic ancient
> egyptians, up until the 4th dynasty.
> For the purposes of this thread I'll define technology.
> "The application of a technique"... Flint napping is a
> Doesn't have to be high technology..
> So what were they capable of, What materials did they have,
> where is the evidence, Does the hypothesis stand up to
> experimentation and math. What experiments have been carried
> I would be particularly interested in contributions from
> scientists and engineers or those related to engineering or
> working in engineering, manufacturing, production,
> construction, industry.
> Anyone, from a theoretical scientist to a blacksmith. And I
> don't see that as a hierarchy. (Theoretical scientists also
> have a value :)))
> Armchair historians also welcome..
> Here is a video about ancient tool marks.. Please watch.
> Post Edited (02-Apr-15 23:28)
Do you welcome points of view that differ from your own?