Egypt breakthrough as stunning clues of Great Pyramid builder discovered in Cairo

Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

The discoveries were made by the joint Egyptian–German archaeological mission working in ancient Heliopolis — the “City of the Sun” — which today lies within the northeast of Cairo. The finds included several granite blocks that the researchers have determined date back to the reign of King Khufu in 2589–2566 BC, in the first half of the Old Kingdom period. The discovery is important, the archaeologists explained, because it is the first time artefacts from the time of Khufu have been found in Heliopolis.

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The blocks, the team added, may have belonged to an unknown building on the site, or else were transported to Heliopolis from the Giza pyramids area to be “recycled” into a new structure during the Ramesside period, towards the end of the second millennium BC.

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