What tools did the ancient Egyptians use to build the great pyramids at Giza, still a mystery. However, a recent discovery may shed light on how ancient builders manage to put huge blocks of stone together.
The discovery of archaeologist Pierre Tallet and his team shows that not only Egypt but also the neighboring Sinai peninsula also participated in building the Giza Pyramid .
Researchers have discovered a tool, thought to be used to shape large rocks located near the port town of Wadi al-Jarf, who can also trace the origin of the copper needed for the project. construction project. The archaeological team has unearthed the evidence of an ancient jetty located a few kilometers away.
Pierre Pierre's team found the jetty at low tide. It stretched for 200 meters in an L shape. The harbor was built large enough to protect a cargo fleet going to the Sinai Peninsula.
The righteous researchers themselves also call their findings a completely unbelievable discovery because it is the oldest artificial harbor ever found in the world.
According to Pierre Pierre, the unshielded jetty has lasted at least four millennia since construction. He also noted that his team discovered about 25 anchors at the bottom of the harbor.
Researchers believe that it is used exclusively to provide copper, necessary to build tools in construction projects. Pierre Pierre recreated the clear route, including the city of Sinai, where materials, ports in Wadi al-Jarf and the remote location of the Great Pyramid of Giza were located.