The Pyramids were originally beside a bustling port with sailors and soldiers - not a dry desert plateau

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The Pyramids were originally beside a bustling port with sailors and soldiers - not a dry desert plateau

The remains of a bustling port and barracks for sailors or military troops have been discovered near the Giza Pyramids. They were in use while the pyramids were being built about 4,500 years ago. Blowing to shreds tons of alien theories.

The archaeologists have been excavating a city near the Giza Pyramids that dates mainly to the reign of the pharaoh Menkaure, who built the last pyramid at Giza. Also near the pyramids they have been excavating a town, located close to a monument dedicated to Queen Khentkawes, possibly a daughter of Menkaure. The barracks are located at the city, while a newly discovered basin, that may be part of a harbor, is located by the Khentkawes town.

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By netchicken: posted on 31-1-2014








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