Theory of Construction of the Giza Plateau Pyramids (Original title: Hypothesis of construction of the pyramids of the valley* of Gizeh (Giza))

Authors : Carlos Eduardo Rodríguez Varona; Dámaso René Rodríguez Vives

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20JUN1137

The following theory pretends to expose the probable technique used by ancient Egyptians to lift and rise at the height of 145 meters all blocks and constructive elements that compound the pyramids of the Giza plateau, specially the Khufu pyramid. Two types of ramps are exposed in the work. The model elaboration was made taking approximate dimensions that have blocks that compound the pyramids – more precisely, Khufu pyramid -, utilizing geometric basic forms, physics-mathematical simple reasoning and measures of common lengths to the epoch. A suitable angle for the slope must be determined to make possible annulling almost completely the action of gravity force, to obtain a ramp that satisfies two fundamental conditions: I- Transform the moving blocks work to overcome only the friction force when dragging them and not into overcome the action of gravity force on them. II- Facilitate move the blocks in a comfortable, safe and fast way, making possible to accomplish complex maneuvers with a minimum risk; even when its implies traveling bigger distances and to transfer a bigger number of elements that compose ramps and their talus. The First type of ramps constitute the main part of this work due it provides the effective technique to solve the incognita of how were raised all constructive components to reach the desired height of 146 meters that had the Khufu pyramid in their splendor times. The second type of ramps provides the technique to improve to the maximum the existent relation between the pyramid constructive process and the possibilities to

Keywords : Theory; Pyramids; Construction; Khufu; Cheops; Giza; Plateau


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