A young student of archeology accidentally stumbles on evidence that suggests water was used to assist in constructing the Great Pyramid of Egypt. A mummy he befriends later presents him with irrefutable proof on the method of construction, the conditions for workers at the time of construction, and the real reason why Pharaoh Khufu undertook such a project in the first place.
In addition, this narrative contains the appendix of the mummy, which explains in detail just how the Ancient Egyptians constructed pyramids using only materials available to them at the time.
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