The greatest สล็อตโรม่า discovery of Egypt's Khufu ship, a 4,500-year-old ancient ship that still floats on water One of the greatest discoveries of Egyptian archeology is an ancient wooden vessel that has survived thousands of years.
It was discovered on May 26, 1954 by famous Egyptian archaeologist Kamal el-Mallakh. When he dug under a rock wall on the southern side of the Great Pyramid of Giza. He then unearthed a row of stone blocks that covered a hole in the ground, neatly stacked with cedar planks, which were pieces of an ancient ship that were disassembled.

Along with the ship's components there are also ropes and other parts. Needed to build a new ship However, no one knows how the ancient Egyptians built their boats. Therefore, experts must be trial and error. (Combined with the knowledge of the study of ancient ships as recorded in the archaeological site) to build a new ship from the beginning.

They take over a decade later, gradually experts. Assemble 1,224 pieces until you can build a 44 meter long ancient ship.

This ship was built for Pharaoh Khufu, known by the Greeks as Cheops, the second pharaoh of the 4th dynasty of the Old Egyptian Empire, spanning 2,589–2,566 years ago. Christ (approximately 4,500 years ago) and directed to build the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. But his style and other remembrance Few remains of Kufu, such as his most complete portrait remaining, a 3-inch tall ivory carvings found in later temple ruins in Abidos in 1903.

The model is carved just 3 inches, it may look very slight. But archaeologists have finally found a bigger memorial - a miraculous remnant of a wooden boat.

The history of the ship's construction and purpose is not known. Rather, it was a type of ship known as the Solar barque, a ritual vessel to carry the spirit of the later resurrected king, according to the ancient Egyptian beliefs, traveling with the "Ra" or "Ra". "Re" the sun god to cross the sky. And because Pharaoh was the representative of the sun god on the human world. Upon his death, His soul would use a similar ship to travel through the underworld on his voyage to the land of the afterlife.

However, Kufu's boat has traces of floating in the water, and it is possible that it is The "royal barge" used to bring the king's body from Memphis, the capital city to Gisau, is home to the Great Pyramid, believed to be his tomb. Or, Kufu might use it as a pilgrimage boat to visit the sanctuary and then it was buried for him to use in the afterlife.

Kufu's ship is one of the oldest, largest and best preserved ships from ancient times, 43.6 m long and 5.9 m wide, said to be the pristine intact. The most in the world and praised as The "masterpiece" is almost 5,000 years old, but it still can sail today if it drifted into a lake or river.

Kufu's ship is now preserved at the Giza Solar boat museum, a few meters from the point found on the southern side of the pyramid.