In an interview with French news agency AFP Hawass pointed out that these data will shed new light on the secrets of the family of Pharaoh and his pedigree.
Recall that the tomb of a young pharaoh, who died aged 19, was discovered by British archaeologists led by Howard Carter in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor – the most famous cemetery of the Egyptian monarchs.
This discovery has become an international sensation because of the untouched tomb robbers contain extremely rich funeral utensils, as well as a gold sarcophagus and 11-kilogram gold mask, inlaid with precious and semiprecious stones.
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Many of the Mayan pyramids in Mexico were built so that the sound of footsteps when climbing stairs creating “the music of raindrops.” Perhaps the Maya were trying way to communicate with the god of rain.
Scientists have long known about the distinctive sound of steps on the stairs of the pyramid Kukulkan, located in the ancient city of Chichen Itza. When people climb the monumental stairs up to the steps near the top of buildings resemble the sound of falling into a bucket of water raindrops.
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Could the ancient Egyptians to build their own giant pyramids and palaces? People who only read about these structures in the history books, think: yes. But many of those who have been in this country, and wandered about, for example, through the valley of the Giza doubt. Far too impressive these buildings, even on their construction, are expected to work of tens of thousands of slaves.
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The theory that the pyramids – are material traces of a more ancient technologically advanced civilization that does not put forward today. For example, in 1929, the “father of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle published a fiction novel Marakotova abyss”, the heroes who fall into a city – an island thousands of years ago, sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. When one examines the underwater structure, it observes that: “The columns, platforms and stairs of the building surpasses anything I’ve ever seen on earth. Most of the building looked like the remnants of the Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt, and, strange to say, ornaments and half obliterated the inscriptions in the details reminiscent of the same decorations and inscriptions of the great ruins near the Nile. ”
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