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    The administration of ISIDA Project welcomes a new Project Partner - French Egyptologist Franck Monnier, author of the books and articles, devoted to the Ancient Egypt, price winner 2010 of the "The HFSC competition for the best publication on the history of fortification".

    The special thanks to Franck Monnier for the Pyramid schemes, which were used in the report of the Expedition "December-2012".

    Views: 492 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 10.10.2013

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    Official web-site of Dr. of biology Bukvareva E.N.
    Books and articles

    Views: 489 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 24.09.2013

    Estrella... What is that? Ggeoglyphs in the Nazca mountains - is it just a simple ornament or the plan of the Great Pyramid?

    To Estrella  >>
    Translated from the original article of Valery Kulikov 1963-2012
    In memory of Valery Kulikov

    Views: 552 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 03.09.2013

    Dear readers!

    The report on  expedition  " Egypt. March-2013" has been finished.

    The material, we got during our expeditions is to be carefully studied by our research team. The calculations and hypotheses, based on facts, will be published on our website in the form of new reports and articles.  Always glad to see you on the pages of our web-site!

    Views: 495 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 27.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Saqqara. Serapeum.

    The main photo report on the Serapeum was published earlier, according to the results of the expedition "Egypt. December - 2012".

    In addition to the December report, the research group of the ISIDA Project has visited Serapeum in March 2013 to make some additional measurements.


    Views: 953 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 20.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Saqqara. The Persian Tombs.

    During March-2013 expedition, our group was lucky to visit the complex of tombs, known in Egyptology as the "Persian Tombs."

    All three tombs were discovered by the Italian Egyptologist Alessandro Barsanti in the early 20th century, during his archaeological works around the Pyramid of Unas in Saqqara.

    This underground structure represents the three vertical shafts with the section of 8 x 10 meters and 23-27 meters depth.  Each shaft has a "satellite" shaft with a smaller section - 1.5 x 1.5 meter. These "satellite" shafts are connected to the main shaft by the horizontal passages, located on the bottom of each shaft.


    Views: 554 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 16.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Saqqara. The Pyramid of Djedkara.

    The Pyramid of Djedkara is located in South Saqqara. Its original height was 52.5 meters and basement perimeter - 78.75x78.75 meters. The slope of the sides makes 52 degrees. Now the Pyramid is badly damaged and its height makes only 25 meters. The pyramid was discovered by the French Egyptologist Gaston Maspero in 1880. In the early forties of the XX century, the excavations here were made by the Egyptian archaeologist Abdel Salam Hussein.


    Views: 528 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 16.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Saqqara. The Pyramid of Unas.

    The Pyramid of Unas is located at the southwest corner of the Djoser Complex in Saqqara. The features of the external structure of the Pyramid of Unas were shown in the report of the previous expedition, but we  would  like to take you inside the Pyramid of Unas. The Pyramid with its famous Pyramid Texts!


    Views: 688 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 14.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Saqqara. The Pyramid of Djoser.

    The Step Pyramid of the King Djoser is the core of the ancient Saqqara complex. The Pyramid of Djoser is considered to be the first Pyramid in the history of mankind.
    The internal structure of the Pyramid of Djoser represents a vertical 30 meters Shaft, punched deep into the bedrock. The Shaft has a rectangular section - 10 x 12 meters. Dozens of tunnels, coming from different directions and at the different levels can be seen on the walls of this Shaft. At the bottom of the Shaft, there is a structure of black granite blocks, which occupies almost the entire area of the Shaft basement. This structure is considered to be the external sarcophagus of the King Djoser.


    Views: 688 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 13.08.2013

    EGYPT: March- 2013.
    Dashur. Pyramid-Satellite of the Bent Pyramid of Sneferu..

    The Pyramid-Satellite of the Bent Pyramid of Sneferu, is located 55 metres to the south of the Bent Pyramid.
    According to the legends, told us by the local rangers of Dashur, the Pyramid-Satellite has an underground tunnel, connecting it with the Bent Pyramid of Sneferu. At the moment we can not make any definite conclusion, concerning this tunnel, but a small shaft in the "Burial Chamber" of the Satellite Pyramid has no solid floor. The bottom of the shaft represents a soft soil of dust and sand. Where is the floor masonry? Why does it absent? What's under the sand? The question remains open for future research.


    Views: 601 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 12.08.2013

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