In the northern region of ancient Egypt, a large obelisk has been found, which is said to be the biggest ever discovered. The stone quarries in Aswan house, which is an unfinished obelisk, has mad scientists pull their hair out and cause a permanent denial for historians.
A discovery like this is likely to split the academic community in two. Archaeologists are now arguing that the female pharaoh who where also known Hatshepsut, did actually sanction its construction. Of course, modern engineers, who are clearly in massive opposition, say that the Dynastic Egyptians did not have the type of technology capable of building such a structure.“It is nearly one third larger than any ancient Egyptian obelisk ever erected.
If finished it would have measured around 42 m (approximately 137 feet) and would have weighed nearly 1,200 tons. Aside from the problem of shaping it, how were they presuming to lift it out of the quarry?” Seethed Brien Foerester, one of the world’s most recognised experts on the subject. Read Full Article