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Stonehenge and the Ice Age: Those famous Chlorine 36 dates
Experts have used scientific dating techniques to verify the historical chronology of ancient Egypt. Radiocarbon dating was used to show that the chronology of Egypt's Old, Middle and New Kingdoms is indeed accurate. The researchers dated seeds found in pharaohs' tombs, including some from the tomb of the King Tutankhamun. But this time, the scientists say, they were able to use a very precise statistical technique to actually verify the Egyptian history. We can say, from using radiocarbon, whether the Egyptian history is correct or not. Now radiocarbon is able to distinguish between different ideas of reconstructing the history.
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T he Sphinx at Giza faces due east and is referred to in some Egyptian hieroglyphics as Hamachis, the god of the rising Sun. Later, Hamachis evolved into the name Hor-em-Akhet. The akhet is an Egyptian hieroglyph in the image of two triangles, both open at the base, connected by a line, which represents where the sun rises and sets — an image that comes to life when looking out from the Sphinx to the pyramids of Cheops and Cephren at sunset on the summer solstice. As the Sun sets between the pyramids, it highlights the image of two triangles the pyramids connected by a line the earth. The Sphinx has the head of a man in Egyptian headdress sporting a spiraling beard, a feature found on many likenesses of pharaohs.
No it is not volcanic ash. Is it a dusty bit of sarsen?? It might be calcareous.