”In 2015, AERA and the Glen Dash Foundation for Archaeological Research, with the support and permission of the Egyptian Ministry for Antiquities, undertook the most comprehensive survey of the base of the Great Pyramid to date. This new data will hopefully resolve some of the outstanding questions regarding the Great Pyramid’s exact size and orientation, and may provide new insights into the methods the Egyptians used to survey and layout their colossal monuments...”
”Finding our “control monuments.” Once we had identified the points to survey, we had to recover our reference points at the four corners of the pyramid. This one, at the southeast corner was buried. It was set in place by J. H. Cole in 1925 replacing an earlier one set at the same location by David Gill in 1874. Mark Lehner and David Goodman used it as their “control monument” at the southeast corner of the Great Pyramid when setting out the Giza Plateau Mapping Project control grid in 1984. Photo by Rebecca Dash.”
Findings to be published ”soon”.
“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?“ - Decimus Junius Juvenalis
Η άγνοια είναι η μητέρα του μύθου και του μυστηρίου.
“Numero, Pondere et Mensura“
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