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Egyptian pyramids were not built by slaves but by workers. Archaeologists came to this conclusion, after being close to the tombs of Cheops pyramid. 10 thousand workers built the Great Pyramid.
Pyramids in Egypt increased by 17. Infrared satellite images found buried pyramids, 1000 new tombs and 3000 ancient settlements.
The number of Pyramids in ancient Nubia (now Sudan), boast a total of 223 pyramids located in Kermen, Napa, Nuri, El-Kurru, Naga and Meroe, which is more than twice the pyramids in Egypt.
How did this ancient Egyptian civilization build detailed pyramids with simple technology? Beliefs and explanations - the pyramids in Giza, the tomb of Tutankhamun, the Great Pyramid.
A Brazilian man that was buried while still alive, scared a woman half to death, while she was passing near the graveyard in São Paulo. The terrified woman explained that she heard groans from the earth as she was walking toward the grave of a loved one.
On the surface images of Mars obtained from American aircraft Global Surveyer Orbiter can be seen many pyramids.
The story of the Pyramids in Bosnia began in 2005, when they were first discovered. Indeed, the pyramids near Sarajevo are three – the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Dragon and the Pyramid of the Moon.
At the very bottom of the seas and oceans, underwater pyramids have been found. These pyramids are located in different corners of the planet are made of the same material.
The Mexican city of Cholula is known for its Great Pyramid, built by unknown people, thousands of years ago. The area in which the pyramid is found is known as San Pedro Cholula.
The personal diaries of explorer Christopher Columbus reveal a criminal hiding behind the legendary figure, who, if he were alive today, would be awaiting the death penalty.
Many people suffer from the intrusive thought that they may be buried alive - to fall into a coma or similar condition, and their relatives to bury them while they watch helplessly, unable to move.
During archaeological digging over the course of 3 years, an international team of scientists discovered a large number of small pyramids, as well as numerous rocky graves in the Sedeinga, Sudan.