Archaeology: thermal anomalies discovered in the Great Pyramid of Giza

Is there an unknown hidden treasures and secret tomb inside a pyramid at Giza?

There was a “impressive” thermal difference between the four blocks of the Egyptian pyramids, including the famous Great Pyramid at Giza. The discovery comes when the Pyramid Research in order to come up with new answers and secrets.

An international team of architects and researchers from Egypt, France, Canada and Japan, participating in a scientific project called “Scan pyramid”, which began on 25 October. The team uses technology such as infrared thermography scanning the Giza pyramids and Dahshur.

Termal scanning monuments found that some of the blocks of the pyramid hotter than others.

“The team concluded that there are several thermal anomalies are observed on all the monuments during the heating or cooling” – said  AFP. “To explain such anomalies, many hypotheses and possibilities should be developed – the presence of cavities behind the surface, internal air flow.”

Specifically, in inside of the east side of the pyramid of Khufu (the Great Pyramid of Giza) , is been found “thermal anomalies”.

Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Mamdu al-Damat, said that the pyramid of Khufu could reveal some of her secrets.

However, neither he nor the researchers did not offer any explanation of how these thermal anomalies, which might imply a hidden chamber inside the pyramid of Khufu. The researchers expect that there will be many more discoveries because the project will last until the end of 2016.

Khufu’s pyramid, better known as the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Great Pyramid was built during the fourth dynasty founder. It is the oldest and the tallest of the three pyramids at Giza. It is a wonder of the ancient world, the only one that has largely remained intact.       

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