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A Greek or Roman character was found on its ceiling with the light of a candle, suggesting that the chamber had indeed been accessible during.
In pondering how the stones could be transported to such a vast height he gives two explanations: That either vast mounds of and salt were heaped up against the pyramid which were then melted away with water redirected from the river.
After a climb of 65 m 213 ft , he discovered that one of the shafts was blocked by a limestone "door" with two eroded copper "handles".
King's Chamber Axonometric view of the King's Chamber The King's Chamber is the upmost of the three main chambers of the pyramid.
There are 56 slots on the shelves, with 28 on each side.