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本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-8-31 18:28 编辑

Seven Wonders of Ancient Egypt 探秘古埃及金字塔


At the dawn of history, the ancient Egyptians showed the world how to build the impossible wonders. In this fascinating documentary special we uncover the secrets of Ancient Egypt Pharaoh, engineers and architects and bring to life great buildings and the ancient Egyptians saw them - towering over their great civilization in the history of Africa, and perhaps the world...

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【整理】Ancient Egypt 17      by lurker

 

Its entirely warding (means guarding) granite and these roof slabs were the biggest span ever attempted at that time--4500 years ago. The Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and the fact that it might collapse under its own self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here. Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V. And that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid, right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space I’ve ever been in.

Inside the stress-relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu--the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times; and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found that it was a fracture wider than the entrance there. So obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole burial chamber.”

There are other curious features like two tiny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to have released the pharaoh’s ka or spirit to the heavens.

On their way out, once Khufu was in his sarcophagus (a stone coffin), the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down these great slots here, sealing it off forever.

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, nobody would have known how to get in. And even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of the stones blocking the ascendent corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know something--at the end, the pyramid was robbed.  How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.

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There are other curious features like two tiny shaft that grand from this chamber towards the outface of the pyramid. These ablieves to release the Pharaoh's Car or spirit to the heavens.

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These seven wonders all stood in the world's first empire and has been inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a man-made construction? The seven wonders of the ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all the eternity.
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[Homework]2009-08-28 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-17

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These seven wonders all stored within the world first emperor and have been spied every civilization to follow them, with a natural sight or a man-made construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all the eternity.





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本帖最后由 vaynesh 于 2009-8-28 17:15 编辑

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It’s entirely w… granite and these roof slabs with the biggest span ever attempted at a time 4500 years ago, the Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and feared it might collapse under its own, self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here.
Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V, and that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space that I’ve ever been.

Inside the stress relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu, the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting placeof Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times, and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funnything is when this coffin was measured, they found it was …wider than the entrance there, so obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole…chamber.”

There are other t…features like two tiny shafts that g… from this chamber toward the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to release the pharaoh’s car or spirit to the heavens.
On their way out, once Khufu was in the coffinthe priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabsdown this greatslothere, sealing it off forever.

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, no body would have known how to get in, and even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of the stones blocking the ascendingcorridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know some thing, and the end, the pyramid was robbed.  How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Wether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.
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"It’s entirely warding granite and these roof slabs with the biggest span ever attempted at that time 4500 years ago, the Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and feared it might collapse with its own, self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here. Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V, and that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space that I’ve ever been."

Inside the stress relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu, the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times, and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found it was a fracture wider than the entrance there, so obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole real chamber.”

There are other curious features like two tiny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to release the pharaoh’s Ka or spirit to the heavens.

"On their way out, once Khufu was in his *, the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down this great slot here, sealing it off forever."

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, no body would have known how to get in, and even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of stones blocking the ascending corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know some thing, and the end, the pyramid was robbed. How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a man-made construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.

[Homework]2009-08-28 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-17

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Its entirely warding (means guarding) granite and these roof slabs were the biggest span ever attempted at that time--4500 years ago. The Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and the fact that it might collapse under its own/ self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here. Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V. And that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid, right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space / I’ve ever been.

Inside the stress-relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu--the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times; and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found that it was a fracture wider than the entrance there. So obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole burial chamber.”

There are other curious features like two tiny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to have released the pharaoh’s ka or spirit to the heavens.

On their way out, once Khufu was in his sarcophagus (a stone coffin), the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down these great slots here, sealing it off forever.

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, nobody would have known how to get in. And even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of the stones blocking the ascending corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know something--at the end, the pyramid was robbed.  How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.

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with the biggest    at that time, the Egyptian is so worried about the weight of the slant
they built a chamber above to try to hold the way to the pyrimid to the roof right here and right to the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V, not to take force of the weight of the pyrimad and beatiful sidewalls. it's the most fatanstic space I've ever been. Inside the stress-reliefing chamber   one of them mentioned the name Koofu. The only record for whom this pharaoh pyrimid was built.
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There are other curious features, like two tiny shafts that ground this chamber toward the  outface of the pyrimad. These are believed to release the pharaoh's Ka or the spirit to the heavens.
On their way out, once Khufu was in his sarcophagus     previously set      down this great slots in .  Then the other entrance of the gallary was also sealed. To get out the engineer has to climb down a verticle escape shaft, making their way back out the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and      . Then passage will be blocked at the entrance with a flap stone in this distinguishable pyrimid casing.
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These 7 wonders were stones in the first empire and inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a man-made construction, the 7 wonders of  Egypt will remained landmarks for its eternality.
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本帖最后由 wukeyu123 于 2009-8-31 18:41 编辑

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It’s entirely woven granite and these roof slabs were the biggest men ever attempted at that time--4500 years ago. The Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and they thought it might collapse under its own self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try and hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof up here. Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V and that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid, rived down and guides the families--beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space I’ve ever been.

Inside the stress-relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu--the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times; and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found that it was a structure wider than the entrance there. So obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole burial chamber.”

There are other curious features like two tiny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to have released the pharaoh’s ka or spirit to the heavens.

On their way out, once Khufu was in his sarcophagus, the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down these great slots here, sealing it off forever.

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, nobody would have known how to get in. And even if they had done that, they would have found tons of blocks of the stones blocking the ascending corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know something--at the end, the pyramid was robbed.  How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient
Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.
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Its entirely warding (means guarding) granite and these roof slabs were the biggest span ever attempted at that time--4500 years ago. The Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab and the fact that it might collapse under its own self weight. They built a series of voids or chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here. Then right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a V. And that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid, right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space I’ve ever been in.

Inside the stress-relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu--the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately it was robbed in ancient times; and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found that it was a fracture wider than the entrance there. So obviously it was put here before the structure of the whole burial chamber.”

There are other curious features like two tiny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to have released the pharaoh’s ka or spirit to the heavens.

On their way out, once Khufu was in his sarcophagus (a stone coffin), the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down these great slots here, sealing it off forever.

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

Supposedly, nobody would have known how to get in. And even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of the stones blocking the ascendent corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know something--at the end, the pyramid was robbed.  How did they do that? God only knows.

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain world landmarks for all eternity.
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“Its entirely warding granite and these roof slabs were the biggest span ever attempted at that time -- 4,500 years ago. The Egyptians were so worried about the weight of the slab, and the fact it might collapse under its own self weight. They built a series of voids of chambers above to try to hold the weight of the pyramid off this roof right here. And right at the top, two great stones lean against each other like a “V”, and that takes the force, the weight of the pyramid, right down and guides it down these beautiful sidewalls. It’s the most fantastic space I’ve ever been in.”

Inside the stress-relieving chambers remained the graffiti of the workmen. One of them mentions the name Khufu, the only record of the pharaoh for whom this pyramid was built.

“This is the last resting place of Khufu. Unfortunately, it was robbed in ancient times and that’s why it was broken at this tip. The funny thing is when this coffin was measured, they found that it was a fracture wider than the entrance there. So obviously, it was put here before this structure of the whole burial chamber.”

There are other curious features, like two tinny shafts that ground from this chamber towards the outer face of the pyramid. These are believed to have released the pharaoh’s ka or spirit to the heavens.

“On their way out, once Khufu within his sarcophagus, the priests and the engineers sealed the tomb by dropping three huge granite slabs down these great slots here, sealing it off forever.”

Then the entrance of the other end of the gallery was also sealed. To get out, the engineers now had to climb down a near vertical escape shaft, make their way back up the descending passage, pass the blocking stones and out through the entrance. Then the passages were blocked, and the entrance sealed with a flat stone, indistinguishable from the pyramid casing.

“Supposedly, nobody would have known how to get in. And even if they have done that, they would have found tons of blocks of stones blocking the ascendant corridors. Every precaution was taken. But you know something at the end, the pyramid was robbed. How did they do that? God only knows.”

These seven wonders all stood within the world’s first empire and have inspired every civilization to follow them. Whether a natural site or a manmade construction, the seven wonders of ancient Egypt will remain the world landmarks for all eternity.
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