When ancient Egypt is mentioned, most people think of Pharaohs. But there are many Egyptian mysteries that stretch back into pre-dynastic times, with underground secrets that pre-date the first Egyptian Pharaoh and the pyramids themselves. In fact, Numero
Herodotus, the ancient Greek historian, who is known as the father of History, described an impressive Labyrinth said to have contained thousands of rooms, full of hieroglyphs and paintings, as well as an equal number of subterranean chambers heavily guarded and inaccessible to ordinary people.
Many other writers supported what Herodotus had written, recording information about an entrance into the Pyramid of Giza, leading directly from inside the body of the Great Sphinx.
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