Megalithic old structures how did they cut move 1200 ton stones ???

Jan 23, 2011
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I took also pics of the famous cuts in the Basaltstones that make up the eastern floor next to the cheops pyramid.
Ill post pics next week
Apart from being repairworks to An older foundation the cut is about 7 mm wide , could be 6,5 OR 7,5 but no more off then that .
Whether its done with a copperplate Saw Alienlaserbeam or what ever.
I ll post also pics of the serapeum boxes. I went inside 3 of them , and pics of the kingschamber blocks which have An awesome fit .
Whatever the case those ancient egyptians were incredible crafts men
 
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Jan 23, 2011
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Stonework.


Giants ?
Supposedly for mumiefied Bulls , but ive seen mummified Bulls in the cairomuseum and they were tightly wrapped and looked Tiny.
Box 70 ton, lid 30



IMG_20180507_113651_3 by andromeda61, on Flickr

This one looked and felt as if machined, others felt not completely flat , and the corners were slightly rounded

IMG_20180507_120530_0 by andromeda61, on Flickr

Famous schist object.

IMG_20180508_141417_1 by andromeda61, on Flickr
 
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