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Mario Martinez rated it really liked it Dec 27, The pyramid had a landing pier right on the Nile and the problem consisted in lifting the enormous blocks up from this pier pinchefle at the level of the hill on which the pyramid rises and then at the level of the King’s Chamber up on the pyramid itself.
I would be needing such a zzed number of them that they may not stand all together on top of the construction. The wood gets wet, and then it dries, this is obvious.
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Lining up many pieces of wood their motion will add up in a single unique motion that I will use it to lift my great granite blocks”. Refresh and try again. Probably a long line of wooden cubes made out of sawed tree trunks the ‘short cubic woods’ of Erodotus was arranged on the slope corresponding to the Grand Gallery and to the Poncherle Passage the ‘gun’.
But forces do add up and an army of slaves produces a very great strenght. Extraction of the numerous, heavy, drenched and swelled cubic woods, out of the gun, following each flooding, was perhaps an almost impossible task, more so if done by bare hands even with the help of ropes zdd windlasses.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It is quite a complicated text but having read it I am left with a warm feeling about life and death rather than fear and sadness. The water from the other channel, flowing in the open air on the small hill on which the pyramid was raised, may have been used for flooding the cubic woods. The sledge had an horizontal loading floor and it was placed on the two large rims.
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The fix granite plug and the two pistons they all have rounded corners: The granite lids of the great tombs at the Serapeo, in Saqqara, were removed exactly by this system. Filelfo Chapter 2, pages – Note of the Translator. The wedged granite plug remained fixed in the breech of the gun while the two granite moving pistons lifted to allow later for the removal of the drenched cubic woods out of the gun.
This advance was certainly enough to insert a new cubic wood between the sledge and the last cubic wood at the top at each recurring procedure. I will certainly look at life differently from now on pinchere realize that whenever I have a I found this text very appealing.
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The short cubic woods were part of a huge piston that moved very slowly but with enormous power. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
How then could we employ such a minimal expansion to push the granite block to a heigth of several tens of meter? Mario Pincherle and his team since the beginning were interested in solving the problem of lifting the enourmous granite monoliths found within the Great Pyramid.
To ask other readers questions about Bardo Todol – Libro tibetano dei mortiplease sign up. A huge sledge that supported one by one the enourmous blocks could have slided up over the two long smooth rims, as if on two large rails, that flank the Great Gallery in its lenght.
They even devised and positioned a spillway channel to prevent overflowing that may have wetted higher cubic woods above the lower fiftieth, to avoid an overdisplacement of the sledge and time consuming difficulties in adding a new cubic wood at the top of the line.
Drenching the 50 cubic woods on the lower part of the ramp resulted in a slow movement of the stone of about 5 centimeters. Studying the vertical section of the pyramid we learned that the length of the ramp was in total about meters: The system of ramp and channels constituted the remarkable machine that was going to lift the great monoliths almost automatically: He needed now a proof of real power: There was, in other words, a very handy removable bridge.
In our model these stretches were 2 meters long each. Their extraction was also made possible by the removable bridge which could be taken apart opening the entrance to a gallery through which the wet woods were then taken out to the open air.
ItstheEtalking marked it as to-read Aug 16, The ancient architect may have said, almost poetically: How could it all have happened? Bizio rated it liked it Feb 09, Israel Guerra is currently reading it Feb 05, Filelfo Chapter 2, pages – We employed small fir cubic woods and a large polished stone. We had to devise a real life simulation to verify what we thought we had discovered.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The first one was Erodotus, the greek hystorian, who personally visited Egypt and the pyramids in a. Moved by this vision we imagined a practical test: