Black History Culture : Several Distinctive Location(s) Of Pyramids In Ancient Egypt

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  1. Fine1952

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    from the land of Ancient Sais/Ta Meri/Kmt/Egypt that were first created, then invaded x3, then integrated x3 and then finally striped naked before a re-discovery in the 19th and 20th century(s) and subsequently developed as a science caled Egyptology. (eg. a period in time when the subconscious minds of Europeans were re-surfacing to mirror the surge of a people who the consciously decide to return to the origen of their fathers and physically witness, destroy, pillage/plunder/plagarize all that their ancestors had formerly conquered --Alexander, the Gay Greek.].

    Some of the first historical accounts of Ancient Sais/Ta Meri/KmT/Egypt were given by Herodotus, Strabo, Diodorus Siculus and the largely lost work of Manethos --an Egyptian Priest. And then there were others --like Napolaen-- who were outraged and denuded the great Afrakan wonders they saw in broad daylight.

    The story of their 29 Dynasty Civilization is completely replete with an Architectual-ly Inscribed/Subscribed footprint that will never be refuted from its six distinctive locations in Ancient Egypt to it writings:

    The Abydos Kings' List
    The Turin Kings' List
    The Saqqara Kings List
    The Ancient Kings' List
    The Palermo Stone
    The Mantheo's Account
    The Herodotus Account
    Writings OfThe Genealogy of Khnemibre in the Wadi Hammarmat
    A Statue of Genealogy of Nespaherenhat
    A Memphite Genealogy of the High Priests of Ptah

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    The ONELAND (eg. Ancient Sais/Ta-Meri/KmT/Ancient Egypt) consists of Upper and Lower Egypt. Those who originally occuped the ONELAND knew the Nile flowed from South to North; therefore Upper Egypt was South and Lower Egypt was North.

    Except for Giza which existed before pre-dynastic time, the ONELAND civilzation of Ancient KmT spans:

    the Pre-Dynastic Era
    the Early Dynastic Era
    the Old Kingdom Era
    the First Intermediate Era
    the Middle Kingdom Era
    the Second Intermediate Era
    the New Kingdom
    the Third Intermediate Era
    the Late Era


    As mentioned before the dynastic count was 29. It is important to insert here the Pre-Dynastic Era includes the shores of Pangea when span back to a time when the Earth was welded together.

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    • Minor Note: There are a total of 138 discovered Pyramids in Ancient Egypt. Here is a link to World Pyramids.

    Abu Rowash --known as the "lost" pyramid--
    is located 8 km to the North of Giza. It is the
    most northerly pyramid. Its coordinates are:
    30° 1′ 55″ N, 31° 4′ 30″ E 30.031944, 31.075
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    Giza --located on the perimeter of Cairo
    this complex structure of 3 (eg. the
    Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of
    Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure. Of the seven
    locations this one is the most notible because of its
    exact alighment with the (Sirius Constellation).
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    Zawyet el-Aryan - At 56 ft (17m) this
    structure, if completed all three unfinished
    structures could have easily reached
    130 ft (40m).

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    Abu Sir - There are 13 pyramids here.
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    Saqqara - Step Pyramid of Djoser, the Pyramid of Userkaf,
    the Pyramid of Teti, the Pyramid of Merikare and the Pyramid
    of Unas are here (5),
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    Dashour - the Red Pyramid and the Bent
    Pyramid are here (2)
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    Mazghuna - situated 6 KM to the south of Dashour, this erected site of "mudbrick" pyramids evolved during the 12th Dynasty.
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    Lisht - There are two pyramids here;
    the tombs of Amenemhat I and his Son,
    Senusret I (10 smaller pyramids
    compliment his tomb area as well).
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    Meidum -(3) pyramids constructed during
    the reign of Sneferu. The site is about 100 KM
    south of modern Cairo
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    Hawara - Pyramid of Amenembet II
    el-Lahun - Pyramid of Sanusreet II
    has a natural limestone hill that
    brilliantly servies as its foundation.
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    El-Kurru - this site exhibits the first
    ruler of the 25th Dynasty,
    Piye --
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    Nuri - this structure of Taharqa,
    a Pharaoh of Egypt
    is the largest
    in the area (North Sudan)
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    There are More Pyramids in Sudan than All of Egypt

    The kingdom of Cush (or Kush) flourished south of Egypt along the Nile from the Eighth Century B.C. to the Fourth Century A.D. Here the rulers of Cush built some 228 pyramids, twice as many as the Pharaohs managed to pile up! We rarely hear or see anything of these strange, steeply pointed structures. They are usually less than 100 feet high and not as impressive and mysterious as those farther north beyond the Aswan Dam.
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    The Sudanese pyramids are smaller, steeper, and more recent than those to the north in Egypt


    Not only are there more pyramids in Sudan than in Egypt but:

    http://www.science-frontiers.com/sf130/sf130p01.htm
     
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    Abu Rowash - The elevation of which is 490 feet above sea level. The pyramid was built for Pharaoh Djedefre and is the burial site of

    The Pharaoh Djedefre (3rd Ruler of the 4th Dynasty)
    (2528-2520 BC)

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    He is the son of Khufu and a Libyan consort. In order to legitimize his place on the throne, he reportedly married a main wife, half-sister named

    Hetepheres II
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    (This sphinx statue of Hetepheres II was found near Abu Rowash)

    who had (4) children by Crown Prince Kahab: Meresankh III, Kaemsekhem, Mindjedef and Duaenhor. It is speculated that Princess Neferhetepes was the daughter of Djedefre by Hetepheres. And then he married a lesser wife named

    Khentetka
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    who gave him 4 children: 3 Sons --(Setka, Baka and Hernet); 2 Daughter(s) (Neferhetepes, Hetepheres C). Her titles included: "King's Beloved Wife" "She who sees Horus and Set" "Attendant of Horus" "Priestess of Neith".

    Funerary statues of both women were found at Abu Rowash.

    Although, unconfirmed --it is thought that he killed his brother, Crown Prince Kawab in order to secure a seat on the throne. We do know that his rein was very short (eg. 8-10 years) and was soon succeeded by his half-brother and nephew --Menkaure. He may also have been Nykau-Radjedef's father ("the sole friend of his father, director of the ah-palace"). Both Hernit and Nykau-Radjedef were buried near his pyramid at Abu Rawash.

    It is utterly impossible that he or his father Khufu can ever be credited with building the Pyramids at Giza since these structures are dated more than 6-10 thousand years before their time.

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    He is the very first
    Pharaoh
    to add the term "Son of Ra"

    to his nomen (birth name).

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    Between the Romans and the Arabs this site has been badly denuded (eg. physically damaged, pillaged, plagarized).

    Sources:

    1. Egypt: Djedefre, 3rd King of Egypt's 4th Dynasty

    2. Grajetzki, Wolfram. Ancient Egyptan Queens: A Hieroglyphic Dictionary. London: Golden House Publications. (2005), page 10

    3. Abu Rowash: An Egyptian pyramid like no other

    4. Grimal, A History of Ancient Egypt, page 72

    5. M. Verner, The Pyramids: The Myster, Culture, and Science of Egypt’s Great Monument, Grove Pres (202), page 22

    6. Aiden Dodson and Dyan Hilton, The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt (2004)

    7. Photo Gallery --click here
     
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