Math of Egypt LINKS Page
Page created: January
June 29, 2003
*I believe I have
eliminated all dead links. If you find further dead links please let me know.
I lack the knowledge as to the legality of linking
sites in this fashion but at least I have stated that my intent is honorable.
Meanwhile fully aware that ignorance of the law is no excuse....
MY FAVORITE LINKS WITH HIERATIC IMAGES:
The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus
A portion of the document in very good view and in color. Please note that this site is in French (and
Hieratic) but no language skills are really needed to appreciate this 4000 year old scrap of
paper. This is the same link to the RMP as the one on the HOME PAGE.
with a little larger portion of the scroll shown but not as clear as above.
goes to this German site for an interesting look at ancient feminine hygiene and related topics. Visit this site
for good Hieratic images of the Ebers and Edwin Smith Medical Papyri. English translations
glyph picture of Solar Boats from the walls of the RAMESSEUM near the Valley of the Kings.
I wish I could have gotten closer to the Sphinx. My
construction expertise/ career leads me to conclude that unlike the wind eroded
and mildly rain eroded pyramids, the Sphinx has been nearly
obliterated because of water damage! The eroded portions of the Sphinx
are the lowest elevation on the Giza Plateau. But I think
the damage is even too great for run-off. Meanwhile the Nile is a few miles away!
I imagine that the volume of water required to do such
damage could also have been capable of transporting the recently discovered Solar
Boat to the Plateau. This implies a great flood.
The Solar boat is about 60' long and was found near
Khufu at Giza INTACT. Several very large 70 ton stones were moved to expose
During my visit to Saqarra, about 30 minutes from Giza,
(seven miles by bird) I was able to access a site that had two large stone
lined chambers cut in the ground. They appeared to
have also housed similar Solar Boats. Definitely no solar panels, just wind
What looks like water back there is only a mirage! The area is mostly - you guessed it - SAND.
to IMAGE GRID