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Astrosphere, Str. Wiosenna 17 30-237 Krakow, Poland

ABSTRACT

This article gives the readers an opportunity to look at the well-known archaeological monument in a different way. The Great Pyramid at Giza has in its four walls triangles that are made of different types of limestone compared the other parts. These triangles were made during the construction of the pyramid. On the top of the northern triangle used to be an entrance to the pyramid. These facts are presented and conscientiously proven in this article. A total of 12 samples from various rocks were taken from the Great Pyramid at Giza to conduct this research, and 13 samples were taken from the bedrock upon which the triangles had been built. This number includes also the samples from the rock in the quarry.

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Giza, Pyramid, petrology, limestone, construction material.

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