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When we think of Egypt we think of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Standing 455 feet tall, the largest of the Giza pyramids was built by the Pharoah Khufu in the third millenium B.C., and has been a must-see tourist destination for the past 2500 years. The popularity of this ancient tomb is matched only by the bafflement it inspires in its beholders. For hundreds of years scientists and archaeologists have speculated about the ancient technologies  used to build such a large structure. Some have even speculated that it was built by aliens. But now, a chance discovery by a curatorial assistant at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland may help answer the question "how did they build the pyramids?"

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