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" ... jambs. The staircase of the entrance-hall had been walled up also at the bottom, and the space filled with rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks of stone, so as to deceive any one who should force the fallen wall near the pit, and make... "
Philosophical Magazine - Page 200
1821
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Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids ...

Giovanni Battista Belzoni - Egypt - 1820 - 483 pages
...the bottom, and the space filled with rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks of stone, so as to deceive any one who should force the fallen...straight south-west. To give an accurate description of the various representations within this tomb, would be a work above my capacity. I shall therefore...
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Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the ..., Volume 1

Giovanni Battista Belzoni, Mrs. Belzoni (Sarah) - Egypt - 1822 - 40 pages
...the bottom, and the space filled with rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks of stone, so as to deceive any one who should force the fallen...drawing-room. I am inclined to believe, that whoever forced these passages must have had some spies with them, who were well acquainted with the tomb throughout....
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Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids ...

Giovanni Battista Belzoni - Egypt - 1835 - 455 pages
...the bottom, and the space filled with rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks of stone, so as to deceive any one who should force the fallen...that the tomb ended with the entrance-hall and the drawing - room. I am inclined to believe, that whoever forced all these passages must have had some...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 5

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks ui stone, so as to deceive any one who should foreĢ the fallen wall near the pit, and make him suppose...ended with the entrance-hall and the drawing-room. The tomb (aces the north-east, and the direction of the whole runs straight south-west.' The tombs...
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The Egyptian Heaven and Hell: The short form of the Book ȧm-ṭuat and the ...

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - Eschatology, Egyptian - 1906
...bottom, and the space filled " with rubbish, and the floor covered with large blocks " of stone, so as to deceive any one who should force "the fallen...the " drawing-room. I am inclined to believe, that who" ever forced all these passages must have had some " spies with them, who were well acquainted...
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