Carbon 14 dating the giza pyramids

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Today’s archaeology profession estimates the Pyramids of Giza to be about 4,600 years old.However, because the pyramids are made of stone, traditional dating methods using carbon-14 can’t be used to estimate their age.Likewise, the Sphynx corresponds with the constellation of Leo and its alignment also occurred in 10,500BC.The German archaeologists were very wrong to steal from the pyramids but this does not necessitate that their research or conclusions were invalid.

It is of no surprise that the Ancient Egyptian section of the Ministry of State of Antiquities vehemently refuted such results, brandishing the archaeologists as “amateurs”, and reemphasising that the Great Pyramid belongs to King Khufu, the second king of the fourth dynasty, and that it was built during his reign to be used as his royal burial place for eternity.It’s a reasonable methodology, but it relies on the assumption that the pyramids were built at the same time as the village that surrounded them.However, what if the three large pyramids were built An ostrich egg was found in a tomb near Aswan that shows 3 triangular structures side by side.It is said that the German archaeologists removed the artefact and smuggled it to Germany for study, where their research cast doubt on the construction date of the Great Pyramid and consequently the Pharaoh for whom it was built – King Khufu.Their results suggested that the pyramid was built in an era before Khufu's reign.

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