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Pyramid Builders: New Clues

GEDEON Programmes Archeology

Pyramid Builders: New Clues

Two teams of archaeologists, one based in the Egyptian desert and the other on the Red Sea coast, are making new discoveries that may help solve some of the enigmas regarding the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza. The evidence uncovered in an alabaster quarry and in a former port, dating back to the reign of the Pharaoh Khufu, are giving Egyptologists insights into the working methods and construction techniques used by ancient stonecutters. Archaeological experiments are helping to unlock some of the secrets of how the Pyramid of Giza was built.

  • Directors :

    Florence Tran, Josselin Mahot

  • Writer :

    Florence Tran

  • Distribution :

    CuriosityStream, Planète+, NHK, Ceska TV

  • Co-production :

    GEDEON Programmes, CuriosityStream, CNRS

  • Length :

    85', 52'

  • Year :


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