Je viens de tomber sur son livre.
THE CHRONOLOGY OF ANCIENT KINGDOMS AMENDED.
Gratuit et en ligne : http://www.gutenberg.org/files/15784/15 ... 5784-h.htm
Il y a énormément d'information sur l'égypte !
On apprend que : (année avant JC)
Il y a un livre sur la Géométrie.
Que les pyramides ne sont pas des tombes / tombeaux, mais qu'elles ont étaient construites sur des cimetières, c'est pour ca qu'ils ont trouvé des momies.860. Mœris Reigns in Egypt. He adorned Memphis, and translated the seat of his Empire thither from Thebes. There he built the famous Labyrinth, and the northern portico of the Temple of Vulcan, and dug the great Lake called the Lake of Mœris, and upon the bottom of it built two great Pyramids of brick: and these things being not mentioned by Homer or Hesiod, were unknown to them, and done after their days. Mœris wrote also a book of Geometry.
La grande pyramide aurait été construite en -838 avant JC, wiki annonce -2500 avant JC.I suspect that Venephes and Enephes have been corruptly written for Menephes or Amenophis, the letters AM being almost worn out in some old manuscript: for after the example of these Pyramids, the following Kings, Mœris and his successors, built others much larger. The plain in which they were built was the burying-place of that city, as appears by the Mummies there found; and therefore the Pyramids were the sepulchral monuments of the Kings and Princes of that city
La durée serait de 14 ans.
Et il donne l'ordre de construction des pyramides, la plus grande en premier :
Cheops shut up the Temples of the Nomes, and prohibited the worship of the Gods of Egypt, designing no doubt to have been worshipped himself after death: he is called also Chembis,[...] Anoisis: he built the biggest of the three great Pyramids which stand together; and his brother Cephren or Cerpheres built the second, and his son Mycerinus founded the third:
Y'a beaucoup de choses à lire !838. Cheops Reigns in Egypt. He built the greatest Pyramid
824. Cephren Reigns in Egypt, and builds another great Pyramid.
808. Mycerinus Reigns there, and begins the third great Pyramid
801. Nitocris, the sister of Mycerinus, succeeds him, and finishes the third great Pyramid.