|Publisher||Reklaw Education Ltd|
|Publication Date||June 5, 2011|
During the time of Pharaoh Khufu (of the Fourth Egyptian Dynasty) the Great Pyramid of the Giza desert was constructed. This was the most important and controversial piece of architecture ever built. It has attracted the imaginations of mathematicians, explorers, and scientists for many hundreds of years.
What were their findings?
What do these findings tell us about the state of early African science and technology?
Is it true that the Great Pyramid encompasses high mathematical and scientific knowledge?
In this lecture essay, Robin Walker addresses these intriguing questions.