Archaeologists say they discovered who built the pyramids of Egypt | They ignored the most famous hypothesis

A team of archaeologists confirms this He was able to determine who built the pyramids of Egypt that were erected about 2,700 years before Christ. After studying the so-called Merer Diaries (discovered some papyri in 2013), experts He ignored the most famous hypothesis that the officials were enslaved Jewish laborers.

“They were very well treated workers,” Egyptologist Zahi Hawass appreciates. The reason is that besides the pyramids (the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that has survived to this day) they were found in Moment Twelve skeletons in very good condition, Hawass explained, If they were slaves, “they would not be buried next to kings and queens.”.

Murar’s diary consists of notes taken by an Egyptian foreman and is the only known direct source on the construction of the pyramids. Marar says the stones were removed from the quarries by about 200 men and later transported to Giza through specially constructed canals..

Years ago, archaeologists Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman They had already refuted the hypothesis of the enslaved Jews in his book Discover the Bible: The New View of Archeology in Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts.

The three pyramids (Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure) were erected in the Giza desert as Qanub for kings. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world.

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