Download e-book for kindle: DK Experience: Pyramid by Peter Chrisp

By Peter Chrisp

DK adventure: Pyramid ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ, ИСТОРИЯ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО Автор: Peter ChrispНазвание: DK adventure: PyramidИздательство: Dorling Kindersley ChildrenГод: 2006Формат: pdfРазмер: 20 mb a unique method of illustrated reference, DK's new event sequence makes use of panoramic storyboard sequences to aid readers dive into the published web page and research in an entire new method because the motion unfolds.http://.com/files/uaqgv0wp1 eighty five

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The writing on his mummy case says that he was a priest called Nesperennub, who served in the temple at Karnak. The CT scans reveal a rough clay bowl behind the mummy’s head. This was probably left here to catch the resin smeared over Nesperennub’s skin. Perhaps the embalmers left the bowl in place for too long—when the resin dried hard, it glued the bowl to Nesperennub’s head. The mummy’s eye sockets contain artificial eyes, probably made from stone or glass. Human eyes could not be preserved by mummification.

The procession turned the corner, moving west to the entrance. They walked behind a wall of Turah limestone, about 26 ft (8 m) high, which enclosed a court 33 ft (10 m) wide. This high wall provided further protection for the pharaoh’s tomb, to keep out possible thieves. GIFTS OF FOOD After Radjedef brought his father’s statues to life, in the Opening of the Mouth ceremony, the statues could receive food offerings. These were placed on an offering table, something found in every Egyptian temple. These rituals were not just for Khufu’s benefit.

Pictures on the stele show the grateful pharaoh worshiping the Sphinx. The name Khafra means “appearing like Re,” the sun god. ” The Sphinx faces east toward the rising sun and represents Khafra greeting the life-giving rays of the newborn sun. STELE OF TUTHMOSIS IV Unlike his brother Radjedef, whose pyramid is a few miles north of Giza, Khafra built his pyramid right next to Khufu’s Great Pyramid, shown here in the background. Khafra must have admired his father greatly—he chose to spend all eternity at his side.

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