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entrance to the Mortuary of Dioser Soqqctrct Egypt Co 2600 BCE limestone 2613 2589 g BCE 26 mag 34935 o 0053 m Wm mmwwy 41 L 4 N rm mu IVquot 39 am i 4K ARABIA iny cmmm 52 mum Dev chum j Kmnk 1 m l r R 7 7 UPPE Nsw K dam EGYPT szn lsinrm hut Iquot n W W Huh 3 u Hm 1m mum Great Pyramids Gizeh Egypt Pyramids of Menkuure cu 30002920 BCE Khufre ca 25202494 BCEK1ufu ca 25512528 BCEL imestone largest Khufu approximately 450 ft high Great Pyramids Plan Gizeh Egypt WHEN ITWAS BUILT THE GREAT PYRAMID WAS 481 FT HIGH OVERTHEYEARS IT LOST 30 FT OFF ITSTOP IT RANKED ASTHETALLEST STRUCTURE ON EARTH FOR MORETHAN 43 CENTURIES ONLYTO BE SURPASSED IN HEIGHT INTHE NINETEENTH CENTURY THE INTERIOR OFTHE GREAT PYRAMID IS AS IMPRESSIVE AS THE EXTERIOR STRUCTURE ITWAS EQUIPPEDWITH CORRIDORS PASSAGEWAYS AIRSHAFTS A GRAND GALLERY ANDTHE KING S CHAMBER THE GRAND GALLERY ALONEWAS 153 FEET LONG AND 28 FEET HIGH THE GREAT SPHINX The body of q lion which measures 240 feet long and 60 feet high with 01 human face more than 13 feet wide An ancient text tells a legend of the Sphinx a young prince who was riding in the desert stopped to nap under the Great Sphinx while he slept the Sphinx spoke to him promising to make him king of Egypt if he moved the sand that had piled up around the statue The prince Thutmose IV did as the statue asked and soon after became king of Egypt THOU ART DESTINED FOR MILLIONS AND MILLIONS OF YEARS A LIFETIME OF MILLIONS Ll an Al lfu A uu aL Ai mofm m a A L hn x 1 Mimi aha l mag gm f mawm g gia wmmmw Jug L mn m w 1 3 vlnww l39a lr d w LEOos wmmH at 0U be om watcl LR WM rl 2 Lot m 531 x 5 in r am J awummurm mw uw 4 How v mjgnm mt x mvgw umf fnw mnj Ewaig mnE W W i am nnigawdmiwummmmmm xi I t I In 41Lrlli l nu 4 I 2 o 5 1 III I vtnm1rurrr h i Tm quot2 o um w EFRHHEEZ 4 M anEw ui g x1n Tian 3 94 MU srv nmm mwmm v na quotBook of the Deadquot ca 1040 945 BCE Pain red and inscribed papyrus Back 0f the Dead fram Thebes Egypt ca 1040945 BCE painted and inscribed papyrus 1 3 34 in high THE VALLEY OE THE KINGS 5 r H 7 Photo by Francis z kowskx 13 Thzban Mipmrtg Prcgiecz ME Right Reserved THE TOMB OF RAMESES II IS THE I LARGEST TOMB IN THE VALLEY CORRIDORS AND CHAMBERS UP UNTIL THE DISCOVERY OF KING TUT S TOMB IT WAS BELIEVED THAT ALL ROYAL TOMBS HAD BEEN ROBBED AND DRAINED OF THEIR TREASURE Golden Shrine 1 Treasure Chamber 4 mum1 mm Entrance Steps InnermosT coffin of TUTonkhomen from Thebes Egypt ca 1323 BCE gold with semiprecious stones 73 in 39 Painted chest of Tutankhamen from Thebes Egypt ca 13331323 BCE painted wood 20 in long Death Shall Come on Swift Wings To Him Who Disturbs the Peace of the King Death Mask of Tutonkhomen from Thebes Egypt ca 1323 BCE gold with semiprecious stones 21 14 in high wlt owo mmltmZ umOum nOZZmnij ltltI Im UmnOltmlt Om Im Ogtgtw IgtU UmU mgtlt gtZU Om CZZgtCgt ngtCMmm wlt owm ltltmZltZZm UmgtIm IgtU wmmZ nOZZmnij ltltI Im nCmMm mnquimo J 1 um quot 11 i39llm 39339 II I i 1 Ah 39 In R I 39I 31 VCHEC 319 In U I R 311 VI 4 quotr 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