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“Trying to understand what happened in human history to lead people to establish this sort of polity we felt was a gap in understanding that needed to be filled.”1 Before the mid-twentieth century, Egyptologists came up with dates for Egyptian unification ranging from 5500 BC to 2000 BC.
Since then, the average date assigned has been around 3100 BC.2 Dee’s study fits with this trend.
These chronologies are hotly debated among Christians and secularists alike, with the consensus being increasingly challenged.
Moreover, some of the incredible Egyptian monuments like the great pyramids on the Giza Plateau have dates ascribed to them that would have them being built before the earth-reshaping Flood of Noah’s time around 4,500 years ago.
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Radiocarbon dating of artifacts from Egypt’s Pre-dynastic period and First Dynasty, reported September 4th in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A by Michael Dee and colleagues, suggests Egypt is younger than previously thought.
With this kind of accuracy, it's no wonder they were one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
It took over 4,000 years before the astronomer, Tycho Brahe, was able to take astronomical measurements to a greater accuracy.
And this led to a problem that has bothered Egyptologists for a long time - how did they manage to line up the east and west sides of the Great Pyramid so accurately with the North Pole? We're talking about Geographic North which is the pole about which the Earth seems to spin.
The Magnetic North Pole is currently wandering at a few kilometres per year through the far north of Canada, while the Geographic North Pole is in the Arctic One way to find Geographic North would be by looking at the Sun.
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was the group of Egyptian pyramids at Giza. But now Kate Spence, an Egyptologist from the Faculty of Oriental Studies from the University of Cambridge, has come up with another way to date the pyramids The pyramids were built as tombs for the pharaohs.