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By the age of Taurus, small groups of Incas went to Egypt again to meet their ancestors and pass on the new astronomical knowledge that would enable them to build the Temples of the Sun (read pyramids) in honor of their ancestors the First Ten Inca Kings and in particular the first of these: Manco Capac.

  • THE SPHINX AND TEMPLES 

    Symbol of ancient mystery and high magic. A fine photo tour with dozens of photos and diagrams, several pages of informative text, a detailed history of research, and summaries of contemporary debates.

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  • STONE TECHNOLOGY

    The ancient Egyptians builders were masters in working with stone. These pages document photographic evidence, historical research and contemporary debates on stone technology. Topics include predynastic stonewares, straight saws, circular saws, tube drilling and lathes - Photos, Research Papers and Newsgroup Debate Summaries.

  • Tour Egypt 

    This site is the official internet site for both the Egyptian government's Tourist Authority and the Ministry of Tourism. Put together over many months by an industrious US internet company, this site has thousands of pages on everthing Egyptian. Intended to promote interest in tourism, which is the single largest source of national income in Egypt, it abundantly covers every aspect of what's enjoyable in Egypt and how to travel there. In particular, it has a huge set of pages with photos and text on all the major monuments. As an official government site it presents the traditional academic side of Egyptology, but in recognition of the vast audience for other points of view, a 'mysteries' section is in the works.

The two principals in the controversy over an earlier Sphinx each have their own websites: John Anthony West and Robert Schoch.

The archives of sci.archaeology contain the extensive Internet debate on the topic since the mid-1990s. The website of Ian Lawton also contains archived debate focused on the age of the Sphinx and related topics.

For more information on ancient Egypt, see Greg Reeder's Egyptology site and the Guardian's Egypt site. The Guardian's site also has a photographic tour of Giza that includes the Sphinx. The website of the director of the Giza monuments, Dr. Zahi Hawass, includes information on the Sphinx.

For schools, the best overview of the Sphinx and the Pyramids is the website of the British Museum.

The redating of the Sphinx has engendered considerable interest on the part of people attracted to non-mainstream history as well as skeptics of such history. A clearinghouse of links to alternative views may be found at Greg Taylor's Daily Grail site. Critical views may be found on the websites of Michael Brass and Douglas Weller. Michael Brass supplies a number of important links to primary documents on both sides of the Sphinx controversy.

The ancient Egyptians builders were masters in working with stone. STONE TECHNOLOGY pages document photographic evidence, historical research and contemporary debates on stone technology. Topics include predynastic stonewares, straight saws, circular saws, tube drilling and lathes - Photos, Research Papers and Newsgroup Debate Summaries.

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