How did the Pharaohs build the pyramids?

Pyramid of Khufu the Great Within the three pyramids of Giza, which is one of the oldest of the seven wonders of the world, remains the secret of its construction of the greatest secrets of the ancient Egyptians.

How did the Pharaohs transfer huge limestone and granite, weighing more than 2 tons, from places about 500 miles to the tomb of Pharaoh Khufu in 2600 BC ?, a height of 481 feet and is the largest pyramids and remained until the Middle Ages the largest structure made by man on the ground .

A non-Moroccan, member of the Justice and Development Party (AKP): The Prophet never wanted to establish a caliphate

Moroccan scholar Mohamed Louisi said in a book entitled "Calling for non-political Islam" that the Prophet Muhammad was able to read and write like his uncles and grandfather, and he was not able to manage his wife's trade Khadija, may Allah be pleased with her. According to the French newspaper "Le Pen"

Pharaonic Egypt: The discovery of the tomb of the "gold maker" in Luxor

The Egyptian Antiquities Authority said in a statement that the Egyptian archaeological mission in charge of archeological excavations in the area of ​​Abu Naga, on the western bank of Luxor, discovered the tomb of the godmaker Ammon, called "Amenemhat", along with a burial well in the outer courtyard of the cemetery. Three mummies for a lady and her two sons, and a number of crockery.

According to the statement, "the tomb is discovered dating back to the age of the eighteenth (the modern state 1570-1070 BC)".

Louvre Abu Dhabi, the first international museum in the Arab world

The Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi in the UAE capital is the first international museum in the Arab world to be opened on 11 November 2017 ten years after the launch of this project.

The museum will include works, pieces and manuscripts from the dawn of civilizations to modern history that will allow visitors to understand the common influences of different cultures throughout the ages.

Jean Nouvel, the winner of the Brixat International Prize, was inspired by the Arab architecture of the design of the museum, which was dubbed "Madina", which is topped by a huge 180-meter dome studded with stars and through which sunlight enters through openings reminiscent of the flow of light. .

Al-Aqsa Mosque is about to collapse

The annual report issued by the institution "Jerusalem International", entitled "Eye on the maximum" that the number of excavations under the Al-Aqsa Mosque amounted to 64 fossils and spending, distributed on the four sides, threatened to collapse the mosque.

The report said that the meeting of the Israeli government in one of the tunnels a few meters away from al-Aqsa in the west, last May, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the occupation of Jerusalem, "was a clear message that these excavations are adopted at the top of the political pyramid to be used in the promotion of Jewish history Feigned".

Pharaoh is the first known Egyptian giant in the world

A scientific study published by the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine at the University of Zurich reveals that the first known giant in the world is an ancient Egyptian pharaoh named Sanakht.

The length of the "Sanakht" about 6 feet and 1.6 inches, or 1.987 meters.

#Hebron is a #Palestinian_city on the World Heritage List shocking Israel

#Hebron_Palestinian_city on the #World_Heritage_List, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said after a secret vote sparked a new Israeli-Palestinian debate at the United Nations.

The city of "Nimrod" Iraqi archaeological destroyed by a ditch under restoration

The city of Nimrod, an Iraqi archaeological city destroyed by a mosque under renovation, will be sent by the American Smithsonian Foundation and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to send a delegation of experts to the Iraqi city of Erbil to work with the Iraqi Public Authority for Antiquities and Heritage on a quick assessment of the damage to the city of Nimrod, the capital of the new Assyrian Empire In the ninth century BC.

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