The Border issue has been exploited and the result is the disassociation of Ancient Egypt to Nubia and to the South in culture and Race. The cure of this disassociation is in the Cosmology of the peoples of Nile Valley Civilization.
|french "Roubo Toise" Fathom Ruler||Early Classic period[ edit ] The first ajaw, or king, of B'aakal that we know of was K'uk Balam Quetzal Jaguarwho governed for four years starting in the year After him, a king came to power, nicknamed Casper by archaeologists.|
|Ancient Egyptians transported pyramid stones over wet sand||To properly care for his spirit, the corpse was mummified, and everything the king would need in the afterlife was buried with him, including gold vessels, food, furniture and other offerings.|
|The Age of the Zep Tepi||Unfortunately, academic Egyptologists have also persisted in misattributing some archaeological finds to Dynastic Egyptians, which I believe have little to do with that civilization.|
On the wet sand right this does not happen. The Egyptians moistened the sand over which the sledge moved. By using the right quantity of water they could halve the number of workers needed. The researchers published this discovery online on 29 April in Physical Review Letters.
For the construction of the pyramids, the ancient Egyptians had to transport heavy blocks of stone and large statues across the desert. The Egyptians therefore placed the heavy objects on a sledge that workers pulled over the sand. Research from the University of Amsterdam has now revealed that the Egyptians probably made the desert sand in front of the sledge wet.
Experiments have demonstrated that the correct amount of dampness in the sand halves the pulling force required. Firm sand The physicists placed a laboratory version of the Egyptian sledge in a tray of sand.
They determined both the required pulling force and the stiffness of the sand as a function of the quantity of water in the sand.
To determine the stiffness they used a rheometer, which shows how much force is needed to deform a certain volume of sand. Experiments revealed that the required pulling force decreased proportional to the stiffness of the sand.
Capillary bridges arise when water is added to the sand. These are small water droplets that bind the sand grains together. In the presence of the correct quantity of water, wet desert sand is about twice as stiff as dry sand.
A sledge glides far more easily over firm desert sand simply because the sand does not pile up in front of the sledge as it does in the case of dry sand.
A large statue is being transported by sledge. A person standing on the front of the sledge wets the sand. Al-Ahram Weekly, Augustissue A wall painting in the tomb of Djehutihotep clearly shows a person standing on the front of the pulled sledge and pouring water over the sand just in front of it.
Besides revealing something about the ancient Egyptians, the results are also interesting for modern-day applications. We still do not fully understand the behaviour of granular material like sand.
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