According to Herodotus, within 20 years, 2,500,000 stones weighing on an average of 2.5 tons, were to be
Could under that premise, the construction of the Great Pyramid be accomplished via ramps with wooden sleds?
Hauling of the giant weights over long distances on sleds was probably not possible. This is impressively proven by Helmar Neubacher with the help of pull trials on a reconstructed 2.5-t-standard block of the Great Pyramid.
This statement is of course quite in contrast to those of notable Egyptologists and some modern authors, such as including L. Borchardt, J.-P. Lauer, Prof. R. Stadelmann, M. Lehner,
G. Goyon, Prof. P. Jánosi, Prof. A. Schlögl, J.-P. Houdin,
Prof. F. Mueller-Roemer.
Thoughts into the Future:
Perhaps there will come the day on which some of these scientists will reassess some of the scientific theories established by them.
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