The decisive contribution to the success of the work was done by 50,000 to 70,000 workers, who passed on the desired fluid in long lines of people.
They were the ones who supplied all the necessary sources of energy all year round, because they fed the locks, the small channels and the machines with the water of the Nile.
Did the workers of Khufu’s Great Pyramid look like this?
"Copyright Lehnert & Landrock;
Was the much-maligned and often ridiculed historian Herodotus right, both in terms of equipment, as well as in the number of workers?
Helmar Neubacher is
convinced of this.
Here: Reenacted in Huana/Nongbualamphu/Thailand on the 20th of February 2012 — Water bearers with traverse beam (yoke)
Image 12c: 7 water bearers beside one another
(Scene enacted by the author in 2012 on the river Nahm pa niang in Thailand)
Construction of pyramid with the help of Nile water (Water coming from the Port of Khafre/Menkaure):
At increase to 40 litres per bearer:
Remark: The rows of bearers empty the water at different places of the small channel system Image 11a) thus: No transport congestion!
7 water bearers emptying their water containers (Image 12d).
Remark: The little river Nahm paniang is bordered by sand on both sides - just like the big Nileis by the Libyan Desert and the Arabian Desert.
At this point a heartily thanks from the author to the hard-working water bearers!
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