Egyptian Pyramids Photo Gallery and related media
Sitting at the Base of Khufu
The sides of the Great Pyramid rise at 51 degrees and are aligned to the four points of the compass.
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Egyptian Pyramids(12 Photos)
Explore images of the Egyptian pyramids at Giza, Saqqarah, Dahshur and Maydum.
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Meet ZahiVideo Clip (2:19)
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Dr. Zahi Hawass is an archaeologist who will stop at nothing to uncover mummies and other treasures buried beneath the sands of Egypt.
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The Workers of Deir-el-Medina
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Under King Djoser's Burial Chamber
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Dr. Hawass climbs through some tight quarters to get underneath the burial chamber of King Djoser and finds an interesting support system for the sarcophagus.
Bonus Discoveries At Taposiris Magna
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Dr. Hawass examines some very interesting artifacts found at a pyramid at Taposiris Magna.
Where is Cleopatra?
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Fellowship coordinator Dr. Allan Morton and consulting archeologist David Cheetham travel around Alexandria and discuss the possible burial places of Cleopatra. What happened to the last Egyptian pharaoh?
Discovery of a Pyramid Builder's Tomb
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Mysteries of King Sety's Tomb
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