The Nile helped with Giza’s pyramid building

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Giza’s pyramids are made from gigantic blocks. New research calculated the water level in the Khufu branch of the Nile 8,000 years ago and discovered it was higher and reached almost the site of the pyramids. This sheds light on how the blocks were transferred in such ancient times.

 

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