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[Homework]2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16
The pharaoh Khufu had been brought up with pyramids. His father had been a builder on a grand scale, and from the start Khufu set up to construct a pyramid that was perfect.

Firstly, the pyramid was align with the campus the point where the north star rose and set with a?? to define true north, then the base was leveled. Khufu pyramid covers 13 acres and to level within just one inch.


They did this using a rectangular triangle channel in the rocks which they could fill with water and any protrusion sticking out above the water could be shaved off.


Once the base was marked out and ground leveled building could begin.


This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramids. To move them they drag them from here, up a great straight main ramp up to the pyramid itself.


For the lower courses the rock weighs 5 tones or more. But as the pyramid grew the weight of the stones reduce. In total the workers hold a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks. For the first time in pyramid building the block did not slope inward but laid horizontal courses. One was fitted into place every three minutes, but despite this pace Khufu's pyramid would take 22 years to construct.


Inside the pyramid becomes a puzzle. From the entrance a passage descends to the subterranean chamber carved out of the bed rock. It leads nowhere but leaves us with a mystery. Above the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu, representing his kar or spiritual force. From here there's a spectacular high ceiling passage.


The Grand Gallery lead us to the king's barrel chamber which is built using a technique call quabling. This is a simple form of arch that the Egyptian excel that. Each stone block is progressively stepped in until it the top and it has the advantage of both reducing the span that they have to bridge and give the room a great feeling of the room is grander.


Above this high up in the pyramid is kings chamber designed to be khufu's final resting place

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The Pharaoh Khufu have been brought up with pyramids.His father had been a builder on a grand scale.And from the start,Khufu set out to construct the pyramid that was perfect.Firstly,the pyramid was aligned with the compass.The points where the north star rose and set were divided to the / north.Then the base was leveled.Khufu's pyramid covers 13 acres,and its level / within just one inch.They did this using a rectangular / of channels in the rock,which they could fill with water.And any / sticking above the water could be shaved off.Once the base was marked out on the ground level,building could begin.This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramid.To move them,they dragged them from here.Upper,straight,main /,up to the pyramid itself.For the lower courses,the blocks weighed five tons or more.But as the pyramid roofed,the weight of the stones reduced.In /,the workers hold a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks.But the first time in pyramid building,the blocks did not slope inwards,but were laid in horizontal courses.One was fitted into place every 3 minutes.But despite this pace,Khufu's pyramid would take 22 years to construct.Inside the pyramid becomes a puzzle.From the entrance,a passage descends to the / chamber carved out of the back rock.It leads nowhere and leaves us with the mystery.Above,the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu,representing his / or spiritual force.From here,there's spectacular high-ceiling passage.The grand gallery leading out to the king's burial chamber was built using a technique called /.This is a simple form of arch that the Egyptians excelled at.Each stone block is progressively stabbed in until it reached the top.And it has the advantage both of reducing the span that they have to bridge and of giving the room a great feeling of grandeur.High up in the pyramid is the king's chamber,designed to be Khufu's final resting place.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16

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The PharaohKhufu has been brought up  with pyramids. Its father had been abuilder of a grand scale. And from the start, Khufu set up toconstruct the pyramids that was perfect. Firstly, the pyramid was alion with the compass. The point of whether north start rose and setwere divided to define the fine cool north. Then the base waslevelled, Khufu's pyramid covers thirteen acres and it's leveled towithin just one inch.They did this using a rectangular groups ofchannels in the rock which they could fill with water. And anyprotrusion sticking out above the water could be shaved off.
Oncethe base was marked out in the ground level, building could begin.'This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramid. To movethem, they dragged them from here. Of a great straight main ramp,up to the pyramid itself. '


Forthe lower courses, the blocks weight five tons or more. But as thepyramid grew, the weight of the stones reduced. In total, the workershauled a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks. For the first time, inpyramid building, the blocks did not slope inwards,but were laid inhorizontal courses. One was fitted into place every three minutes,but despite this pace, Khufu's pyramid would take 22 years toconstruct. Inside, the pyramid became a puzzle.


Fromthe entrance, a passage descends to the subterranean chamber carvedout of the bedrock. It leads nowhere, and leads us with the mystery.
Above,the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu,representing his car or spiritual force. From here, there's aspectacular high ceiling passage.
Thegrand gallery leading to the King's burial chamber was built using atechnique called 'cobbling'. It is a simple form of art that theEgyptians excel that. Each stone block was progressively stepped inuntil they reached the top. And they has the advantage of bothreducing the span that they have to bridge, and the giving the Romans great feeling of grandeur.
Abovethis, high up in the pyramid is the King's chamber,designed to beKhufu's final resting place.
                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16

homework:the Pharaoh Khufu have been brought up with their Pyramids.His father has been a builder on a grand scale.And from the start, Khufu set up to construct a pyramid that was perfect. Firstly, the pyramid was lied was aligned with a compass.The points where the north star rise and set divide to fine true north.then base was the level. Khufu's pyramid cover thirteen acres and it's leveled to within just one inch.
They did use rectangular grid of channel in the rock which that could fill with water and any protusion sticky above the water could be shaved off.
Once the base marked out on the ground level building could begin. This is where they cut stone to build the pyramid. To move they drag them from here off great straight main ramp up to the pyramid itself.
For the lower course,the blocks weighted five tons or more.But as Pyramid grew, the weight of the stone reduced.In total, the workers hold a staggering two million three hundred thousand stones blocks.But the first time in Pyramid building, the blocks did not slop inwards,but let a horizontal courses. One was fitted in the place every three minutes. but despite this pace Khufu Pyramid would take twenty two years to construct.
Inside the pyramid become a puzzle. From the entrance,a passage descend to subterranean chamber carved out of bedrock. It lead nowhere and leave us with a mystery. Above the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu, representing his ka or spiritual force. From the here, this is a spectacular high ceiling passage.The grand gallery leading up to king's bury chamber with building use a technique called cobberling.this is simple form of arch to Egyptian excel at.Each stone block is progressively step in until its top and has a advantage both reducing the span that they have to bridge and give the great feeling of grandeur.
Above this, high-up in the pyramid is the king's chamber, disigned to be Khufu final resting place.

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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16

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The Pharaoh Khufu had been brought up with pyramids. His father had been a builder on a grand scale. And from the start, Khufu set up to construct a pyramid that was perfect.
Firstly, the pyramids was aligned with the compass. The points where the north star rose and set were divided to define the true north. Then the base was leveled. Khufu's pyramid covers 13 arces and it's leveled to within just one inch.
They did this using a rectangular grid of channels in the rock which they could fill with water and any protusion sticking out above the water could be shaved off.
Once the base was marked out on the ground level, building could begin.
This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramid. To move them they dragged them from here up a great straight main ramp up to the pyramid itself.
For the lower courses, the block weighted five tons or more, but as the pyramid grew, the weight of stone reduced. In total, the workers hauled a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks. For the first time in pyramid building, the blocks did not slope inwards but were laid in horizontal courese. One was fitted into place every three minutes. But dispite this pace, Khufu's pyramid would take 22 years to construct. Inside the pyramid becomes a puzzle. From the entrance, a passage descends to the subterranean chamber carved out of the bedrock. It leads us nowhere but leaves us with the mystery. Above the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu, representing his ka or spiritual force. From here this's a spectacular high ceiling passage.
The grand gallery leading up to the king's burial chamber was built using a technique called cobbling. This is a simple form of arch that the Eygptians excelled at. Each stone block is progressively stepped in until it reach the top. And it has the advantage both in reducing the span that they have to bridge and of giving the room a great feeling of grandeur.
Above this, high up in the pyramid is the king's chamber designed to be Khufu final resting place.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

[Homework]【整理】2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16

The fair pharoah has been brought up with pyramids. His father had been built up on a grand scale. And from the start, the pharoah set up to constructed the pyramid that was perfect. Firstly, the pyramid was aline with the campus. The points whether northern star rose and set was divided to the fine pro-north.Then the base was leveled, pharoah's pyramids covered 13 * and  its level to within just one inch.
They did this using * great channels in the rock which they could filled with water and any * sticking above the water could be shaved off.Once the base was marked out in the grand level,the building could begin.
This is where they cut the stone to build the pyramid, move them, they dragged them from here up to the great maid straight raft and up to the pyramid itself.  
For the lower cost, the blocks weigh five tons or more, but as the pyramid rule, the weigh of stone  reduced. In total, the workers hold the staggering two million three hundred thousands stone blocks. but the first in pyramid building,the blocks did not slot in woods but were laid in horizontal courses.
One was visited this place every 3 minutes,but despite this pace, pharoah's pyramid would take 22 years to construct. Inside, the pyramid becomes a puzzle.
From the entrance, a passage descends to a subtransient chamber carved off the beddrock. It leads nowhere, but leads us with the mystery.Above, the Queen's chamber is a sill room for the statue of the pharoah,representing his car and spiritual force. From here,does the spectacular high ceiling passage.
The grand gallery leading out to the Queen's bury chamber is still using a technical cobbling. This is the simple form of arge that Egyptian has called that. Each stone block has been stabbed in until it reached the top and it has the advantages of both reducing the spend that they have to bridge and giving the great Roman feeling of grandeur.
Above this, the high up in the pyramid is the king's chamber designed to be the phoroah's finally resting place.

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The Pharaoh Khufu have been brought up with pyramids. His father had been a builder on a grand scale. And from the start, Khufu set out to construct a pyramid that was perfect. Firstly, the pyramid was aligned with a  compass. The points where the North Star rose and set were divided to define true north. Then the base was leveled. Khufu's pyramid covers 13 acres and it's leveled to within just one inch.

They did this using a rectangular grid of channels in the rock which they could fill with water and any protrusion sticking out above the water could be shaved off.

Once the base was marked out on the ground level, building could begin.

This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramid. To move them, they drag them from here up a great straight main ramp up to the pyramid itself.

For the lower courses, the blocks weighed five tons or more. But as the pyramid grew, the weight of the stones reduced. In total, the workers hauled a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks. For the first time in pyramid building, the blocks did not slope inwards, but were laid in horizontal courses. One was fitted into place every three minutes. But despite this pace, Khufu's pyramid would take 22 years to construct. Inside, the pyramid becomes a puzzle. From the entrance, a passage descends to the subterranean chamber carved out of the bedrock. It leads nowhere but leaves us with a mystery. Above, the queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu, representing his ka or spiritual force. From here, there is a spectacular high ceiling passage.

The grand gallery leading up to the king's burial chamber was built using a technique called cobbling. This is a simple form of arch that the Egyptians excelled at. Each stone block is progressively stepped in until it reach the top. And it has the advantage both of reducing the span that they have to bridge and of giving the room a great feeling of grandeur.

Above this, high up in the pyramid is the king's chamber, designed to be Khufu's final resting place.

It's incredible! It's incredible!
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-26 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-16

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they did this using a rectangular grade of channels in the rock, which it can be filled with water, and any protrusion stay here above the water could be shift off.
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above this,high up the pyramid is the king's chamber desighed be kufu's final resting place

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The Pharaoh Khufu has been bought up with Pyramids. His father has been a builder on a grand scale. And from the start, Khufu set out to construct the Pyramid that puts perfect. Firstly the Pyramid was alined with a compass. The points where the North star rose and set were divided to define true north. Then the base was leveled. Khufu' Pyramid covers thirteen acres and its levels to within just one inch.
"They did this using a rectangular grid of channels in the rock which they could fill with water and any protrusion sticking out above the water could be shaved off."
Once the base was marked out on the ground level, the building could begin.
" This is where they cut the stones to build the Pyramid. To move them, they drag them from here up a great straight main ramp up to the Pyramid itself."
For the lower courses, the blocks weight five tons or more. But as the Pyramid grows the weight of the stones reduce. In total the workers hauled a staggering 2,300,000 stone blocks. But the first time in Pyramid building, the blocks did not slope inwards but were laid in horizontal courses. One was fitted into place every three minutes. But despite this pace, Khufu's Pyramid would take twenty-two years to construct.
Inside, the Pyramid becomes a puzzle. From the entrance, a passage descends to a subterranean chamber carved out of the bedrock. It lead nowhere but leaves us with a mystery. Above, the Queen's chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu representing his ka or spiritual force. From here there is a spectacular high-ceiling passage.
" The grand gallery leading us to the King's buried chamber was build using a technique called corbelling. This is a simple form of arch that Egyptians excelled at. Each stone block was progressively stepped in until it reaches the top. And it has advantage of both reducing the span that they have to bridge and giving the room a great feeling of grandeur. Above this, high up in the Pyramid is the King's chamber designed to be the Khufu's final resting place.
" It's incredible, incredible
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The pharaoh Khufu had been brought up with pyramids. His father had been a builder on a grand scale. And from the start, Khufu set out to construct a pyramid that was perfect. Firstly, the pyramid was aligned with the compass. The points where the North Star rose and set were divided to define true north, then the base was leveled. Khufu’s pyramid covers 13 acres and it’s leveled to within just one inch.

“They did this using a rectangular grid of channels in the rock, which they could fill with water, and any protrusion sticking out above water could be shaved off.”

Once the base was marked out on the ground level, building could begin.

“This is where they cut the stones to build the pyramid. To move them, they drag them from here up a great straight main ramp up to the pyramid itself.”

For the lower courses, the blocks weighed five tons or more. But as the pyramid grew, the weight of the stones reduced. In total, the workers hauled a staggering 2, 300,000 stone blocks. For the first time in pyramid building, the blocks did not slope inwards, but were laid in horizontal courses. One was fitted into place ever three minutes. But despite this pace, Khufu’s pyramid would take 22 years to construct. Inside, the pyramid becomes a puzzle. From the entrance, a passage descends to the subterranean chamber carved out of the bedrock. It leads no where but leaves us with a mystery. Above the queen’s chamber is a sealed room for a statue of Khufu, representing his ka or spiritual force. From here there is a spectacular high ceiling passage.

“The grand gallery leading up to the king’s burial chamber was built using a technique called cobbling. This is a simple form or arch that the Egyptians excelled at. Each stone block is progressively stepped in until it reached the top. And it has the advantage of both reducing the span that they have to bridge and of giving the room a great feeling of grandeur.”

Above this, high up in the pyramid is the king’s chamber, designed to be Khufu’s final resting place.

“It’s incredible. It’s incredible.”
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