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Carbon dating egyptian pyramids

We know of certain suspect artefacts found in the Giza pyramids that, had they survived, could have been used for Carbon 14 dating. In , when Belzoni entered the Second Pyramid Khafre , he found some bones inside the sarcophagus which apparently turned out to be from a bull [3]. Also, during the Howard-Vyse expedition in , relics were found within the Third Pyramid Menkaure consisting of human bones and parts of the lid of a wooden coffin.

But carbon 14 dating revealed that the bones were from the early Christian era and the lid was determined to be from the Saite Period [4]. The Howard-Vyse expedition also found another strange artefact while exploring the outside faces of the Khufu pyramid with explosives: Although iron cannot be carbon dated, the story of its discovery and testing is worth being reminded of here in view of the possible huge implications it might bear on the Pyramid Age.

The discovery of the iron plate was not made by Howard-Vyse himself but by an engineer called J. Hill, who was under Howard-Vyse's employment. Hill found the plate embedded in a joint on the south face of the monument near or within the entrance of the so-called air-channel.

Hill was adamant that the iron plate must be contemporaneous with the construction of the pyramid since he had to blast away two outer tiers of blocks in order to reach it and extract it from a masonry joint near or within the mouth of the southern shaft.

The iron plate was eventually donated to the British Museum along with an affidavit from Hill and also from others who had been present during the find. Lucas examined the iron plate and, although at first agreed with Mr. Hill that it was contemporaneous with the pyramid, Lucas later changed his mind when he realized that the iron was not from meteoritic origin.

It is generally believed that iron was unknown in the Pyramid Age and that the only possible source of iron was from iron-meteorites, which are composed of about 95 iron and 5 nickel [5].

In , however, two metallurgists, Dr. Jones of Imperial College London, asked the British Museum for a small sample of the iron plate so that they could conduct a full scientific examination. After El Gayar and Jones conducted a series of chemical and microscopic tests on the iron plate, these scientists concluded that: The actual size of the plate was estimated to have been 26 x 26 cm.

El Gayar and Jones also pointed out that the plate's dimension of 26 x 26 cm. As we have said, the plate could not be Carbon 14 dated since it contained no organic material. In spite of the findings of Gayer and Jones, the British Museum still assumes that the iron plate was probably a piece broken off a spade or shovel used by Arabs in medieval times. It was around this time that Dixon discovered the openings of the two shafts on the south and north walls of the Queen's Chamber.

In the horizontal section of the shafts that leads into the chamber, Dixon found three small relics: The relics were packed in a wooden cigar box and taken to England by John Dixon, Waynman's older brother, also an engineer. They were mailed to Piazzi Smyth who recorded them in his diary , then returned to John Dixon who eventually arranged for the publications of articles and drawings of the relics for the science journal Nature and the popular London paper The Graphic [9].

The 'Dixon Relics' then mysteriously disappeared. Astonishingly, although the discovery of the shafts of the Queen's Chamber by Waynman Dixon was reported by Flinders-Petrie in and by Dr.

Edwards in and through the years by numerous other pyramid specialists, the 'Dixon' relics were never mentioned and their existence apparently forgotten [10]. The only person, as far as I can make out, who mentioned these relics after they were published in December in Nature and The Graphic was the astronomer Piazzi Smyth see below.

Here is, in fact, what actually happened to the relics after December Elizabeth Porteous living in Hounslow near London, was reminded apparently by the excitement generated by the Tutankhamun Exhibition at the time that her great grandfather, John Dixon, had left in the family a cigar box with relics inside them found in the Great Pyramid which she had inherited in , after the death of her father.

Porteous then took the relics, still in the original cigar box, to the British Museum. They were registered by Mr. Ian Shore, then the assistant of Dr. Edwards, the curator of the Egyptian Antiquities Department.

However, probably because of the distraction caused by the Tutankhamun Exhibition, the Dixon Relics were stored and forgotten. In September , having come across a comment by Piazzi Smyth in one of his books [11] , I decided to find out where the Dixon Relics were.

Edwards then retired at Oxford and also Dr. Carol Andrews and Dr. Spencer at the British Museum, but neither seemed to have heard of these relics. Eventually, with the help of Dr.

Mary Bruck, the biographer of Piazzi Smyth [12] , I traced Piazzi Smyth's personal diary at the Edinburgh Observatory and found his entry on the relics dated 26 November , as well as private letters he had received from John Dixon at the time. Through these documents I then traced the articles published in Nature and The Graphic. While still searching for the relics, it was recalled that it was John Dixon who, in , had arranged for the transport of the Thotmoses III obelisk Cleopatra's Needle to London's Victoria Embankment and, more importantly, that underneath its pedestal Dixon had ceremoniously embedded various relics including a cigar box!

Naturally many of us began to suspect that this item might have been the very same cigar box which contained the ancient relics found in the shafts of the Queen's Chamber of the Great Pyramid.

Fortunately this was not to be the case. I decided at that stage of the search to publish a full page article in the British newspaper, The Independent [13] , in the hope that someone might remember the whereabouts of the Dixon Relics.

Ian Shore, who had registered the relics back in at the British Museum, read the article and remembered them being donated by Mrs. He promptly informed Dr. Edwards who in turn contacted Dr. A search was called and the relics were 're-discovered' at the British Museum in the second week of December [14].

Unfortunately the small piece of 'cedar-like' wood was missing, and thus no Carbon 14 dating was possible. The relics are now displayed at the British Museum's Egyptian section. We will all recall that in March the German Engineer, Rudolf Gantenbrink, explored the shafts of the Queen's Chamber in the Great Pyramid using a miniature robot fitted with a video camera.

He was astonished to find that the northern shaft had been probed probably by the Dixons with a metal rod assembled in sections by metal sleeves , the remains of which could be still seen in the shaft. The metal rod had been pushed some 24 meters deep into the shaft until it reached a place where the shaft turned sharply towards the west, forming almost a right-angled corner.

Also at this 'corner' could be seen what appeared to be a long piece of wood whose shape and general appearance seemed to be the same as that of the shorter piece found by the Dixons in at the bottom of this shaft. It seems almost certain that this longer piece of wood if wood it is is contemporaneous with the construction of the Great Pyramid.

It is thus an ideal sample that could be Carbon 14 dated in order to give an accurate age for the construction of the pyramid. So far, however, this wooden rod has not yet been retrieved by Dr. Zahi Hawass, the Director-General of the Giza monuments, in spite of the many requests made by Gantenbrink and others to re-explore the shafts of the Queen's Chamber. Cole set up his equipment within the Pyramid to fix the legs of the many extractor fans into the open joints of the original limestone blocks.

While doing so, he noticed that within one of the joints were jammed a few pieces of wood and the bone of a finger [15].

Cole retrieved the relics and took them back to England, where they remained in his home in Buckinghamshire till his death in A few years later his son, Mr. Michael Cole, who had read about the Dixon Relics in my book The Orion Mystery, decided to get in touch with me, and mailed me the 'finger' and a piece of the wood on the 5th October From him I found out that his father, prior to the war, had been the Technical Director of the London Fumigation Company, a post which he eventually returned to after the war.

In Herbert Cole was stationed in Alexandria, where he was responsible for the fumigation of supply vessels to the British Forces. In late or early Herbert Cole was asked to arrange for the fumigation of the Khafre pyramid. According to his son. The wood immediately broke into four pieces of which my father retained three. I enclose the middle sized piece and the bone with this letter. My father maintained that these were found in a position which could only have been concordant with the building of the pyramid.

Michael Cole then assigned to me the 'finger' and one piece of wood he had mailed me earlier, with the understanding that I would attempt to have them Carbon 14 tested. A few days later I took the relics to the British Museum and showed them to Dr. Vivian Davies to see if he could arrange for a Carbon 14 testing. Davies suggested I take them to Dr.

In late October I went to Cairo to show the relics to Dr. As I was also making a television documentary, this episode was actually recorded on camera [16].

Hawass expressed doubts on the provenance of the relics and also about the results of Carbon 14 dating. He thus saw no reason to test the relics. I therefore took the relics back to England.

It was then that a colleague in Madrid, the author Javier Sierra, offered to take them to a scientist he knew, Dr. Fernan Alonso of the Geochronology Laboratory.

Alonso kindly offered to help. Through him, and with the funding coming from Mr. It took over a year to have the results. These results are intriguing if only that they raise questions as to when the Khafre pyramid was first re-entered after being sealed off by its builders.

Herodotus, who visited Giza in the 5th century BC, apparently saw no entrances to this pyramid [18]. It has thus always been assumed that the Khafre pyramid was first violated in ancient times, possibly in the First Intermediate Period, and thus its entrances were eventually covered up and forgotten [20].

But could the pyramid still have been sealed when Herodotus visited Giza in c. And if so, was it first opened and looted in Ptolemaic times? Yet why were the entrances not seen by Diodorus in c. It is known, however, with certainty, that the Khafre pyramid was also entered by the Arabs, possibly in the 13th century AD via a roughly hewn tunnel cut into the north face of the monument above the original upper entrance [21].

No records of this event exist other than the crude graffiti found on the walls of the two chambers. Oddly, the entrances were again forgotten or covered up, perhaps by rumble from the casing blocks brought down by the violent earthquake that hit the Cairo region in the 13th century AD.

The Arab tunnel as well as the two original entrances were rediscovered by Belzoni in , who cleared only the upper original entrance in order to enter the pyramid. Later, in , Howard-Vyse cleared the lower original entrance. The lower date of is intriguing, for it falls precisely at the time Howard-Vyse was cutting his way into this pyramid with explosives, making it thus a strong possibility that the 'finger' came off the hand of one of his unfortunate Arab workers.

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Carbon dating egyptian pyramids

We know of certain suspect artefacts found in the Giza pyramids that, had they survived, could have been used for Carbon 14 dating. In , when Belzoni entered the Second Pyramid Khafre , he found some bones inside the sarcophagus which apparently turned out to be from a bull [3]. Also, during the Howard-Vyse expedition in , relics were found within the Third Pyramid Menkaure consisting of human bones and parts of the lid of a wooden coffin.

But carbon 14 dating revealed that the bones were from the early Christian era and the lid was determined to be from the Saite Period [4]. The Howard-Vyse expedition also found another strange artefact while exploring the outside faces of the Khufu pyramid with explosives: Although iron cannot be carbon dated, the story of its discovery and testing is worth being reminded of here in view of the possible huge implications it might bear on the Pyramid Age.

The discovery of the iron plate was not made by Howard-Vyse himself but by an engineer called J. Hill, who was under Howard-Vyse's employment. Hill found the plate embedded in a joint on the south face of the monument near or within the entrance of the so-called air-channel.

Hill was adamant that the iron plate must be contemporaneous with the construction of the pyramid since he had to blast away two outer tiers of blocks in order to reach it and extract it from a masonry joint near or within the mouth of the southern shaft. The iron plate was eventually donated to the British Museum along with an affidavit from Hill and also from others who had been present during the find.

Lucas examined the iron plate and, although at first agreed with Mr. Hill that it was contemporaneous with the pyramid, Lucas later changed his mind when he realized that the iron was not from meteoritic origin. It is generally believed that iron was unknown in the Pyramid Age and that the only possible source of iron was from iron-meteorites, which are composed of about 95 iron and 5 nickel [5].

In , however, two metallurgists, Dr. Jones of Imperial College London, asked the British Museum for a small sample of the iron plate so that they could conduct a full scientific examination. After El Gayar and Jones conducted a series of chemical and microscopic tests on the iron plate, these scientists concluded that: The actual size of the plate was estimated to have been 26 x 26 cm.

El Gayar and Jones also pointed out that the plate's dimension of 26 x 26 cm. As we have said, the plate could not be Carbon 14 dated since it contained no organic material. In spite of the findings of Gayer and Jones, the British Museum still assumes that the iron plate was probably a piece broken off a spade or shovel used by Arabs in medieval times.

It was around this time that Dixon discovered the openings of the two shafts on the south and north walls of the Queen's Chamber. In the horizontal section of the shafts that leads into the chamber, Dixon found three small relics: The relics were packed in a wooden cigar box and taken to England by John Dixon, Waynman's older brother, also an engineer. They were mailed to Piazzi Smyth who recorded them in his diary , then returned to John Dixon who eventually arranged for the publications of articles and drawings of the relics for the science journal Nature and the popular London paper The Graphic [9].

The 'Dixon Relics' then mysteriously disappeared. Astonishingly, although the discovery of the shafts of the Queen's Chamber by Waynman Dixon was reported by Flinders-Petrie in and by Dr. Edwards in and through the years by numerous other pyramid specialists, the 'Dixon' relics were never mentioned and their existence apparently forgotten [10]. The only person, as far as I can make out, who mentioned these relics after they were published in December in Nature and The Graphic was the astronomer Piazzi Smyth see below.

Here is, in fact, what actually happened to the relics after December Elizabeth Porteous living in Hounslow near London, was reminded apparently by the excitement generated by the Tutankhamun Exhibition at the time that her great grandfather, John Dixon, had left in the family a cigar box with relics inside them found in the Great Pyramid which she had inherited in , after the death of her father.

Porteous then took the relics, still in the original cigar box, to the British Museum. They were registered by Mr. Ian Shore, then the assistant of Dr. Edwards, the curator of the Egyptian Antiquities Department. However, probably because of the distraction caused by the Tutankhamun Exhibition, the Dixon Relics were stored and forgotten.

In September , having come across a comment by Piazzi Smyth in one of his books [11] , I decided to find out where the Dixon Relics were. Edwards then retired at Oxford and also Dr. Carol Andrews and Dr. Spencer at the British Museum, but neither seemed to have heard of these relics.

Eventually, with the help of Dr. Mary Bruck, the biographer of Piazzi Smyth [12] , I traced Piazzi Smyth's personal diary at the Edinburgh Observatory and found his entry on the relics dated 26 November , as well as private letters he had received from John Dixon at the time.

Through these documents I then traced the articles published in Nature and The Graphic. While still searching for the relics, it was recalled that it was John Dixon who, in , had arranged for the transport of the Thotmoses III obelisk Cleopatra's Needle to London's Victoria Embankment and, more importantly, that underneath its pedestal Dixon had ceremoniously embedded various relics including a cigar box!

Naturally many of us began to suspect that this item might have been the very same cigar box which contained the ancient relics found in the shafts of the Queen's Chamber of the Great Pyramid.

Fortunately this was not to be the case. I decided at that stage of the search to publish a full page article in the British newspaper, The Independent [13] , in the hope that someone might remember the whereabouts of the Dixon Relics. Ian Shore, who had registered the relics back in at the British Museum, read the article and remembered them being donated by Mrs. He promptly informed Dr. Edwards who in turn contacted Dr. A search was called and the relics were 're-discovered' at the British Museum in the second week of December [14].

Unfortunately the small piece of 'cedar-like' wood was missing, and thus no Carbon 14 dating was possible. The relics are now displayed at the British Museum's Egyptian section. We will all recall that in March the German Engineer, Rudolf Gantenbrink, explored the shafts of the Queen's Chamber in the Great Pyramid using a miniature robot fitted with a video camera.

He was astonished to find that the northern shaft had been probed probably by the Dixons with a metal rod assembled in sections by metal sleeves , the remains of which could be still seen in the shaft. The metal rod had been pushed some 24 meters deep into the shaft until it reached a place where the shaft turned sharply towards the west, forming almost a right-angled corner. Also at this 'corner' could be seen what appeared to be a long piece of wood whose shape and general appearance seemed to be the same as that of the shorter piece found by the Dixons in at the bottom of this shaft.

It seems almost certain that this longer piece of wood if wood it is is contemporaneous with the construction of the Great Pyramid. It is thus an ideal sample that could be Carbon 14 dated in order to give an accurate age for the construction of the pyramid.

So far, however, this wooden rod has not yet been retrieved by Dr. Zahi Hawass, the Director-General of the Giza monuments, in spite of the many requests made by Gantenbrink and others to re-explore the shafts of the Queen's Chamber. Cole set up his equipment within the Pyramid to fix the legs of the many extractor fans into the open joints of the original limestone blocks. While doing so, he noticed that within one of the joints were jammed a few pieces of wood and the bone of a finger [15].

Cole retrieved the relics and took them back to England, where they remained in his home in Buckinghamshire till his death in A few years later his son, Mr.

Michael Cole, who had read about the Dixon Relics in my book The Orion Mystery, decided to get in touch with me, and mailed me the 'finger' and a piece of the wood on the 5th October From him I found out that his father, prior to the war, had been the Technical Director of the London Fumigation Company, a post which he eventually returned to after the war. In Herbert Cole was stationed in Alexandria, where he was responsible for the fumigation of supply vessels to the British Forces.

In late or early Herbert Cole was asked to arrange for the fumigation of the Khafre pyramid. According to his son. The wood immediately broke into four pieces of which my father retained three. I enclose the middle sized piece and the bone with this letter.

My father maintained that these were found in a position which could only have been concordant with the building of the pyramid. Michael Cole then assigned to me the 'finger' and one piece of wood he had mailed me earlier, with the understanding that I would attempt to have them Carbon 14 tested. A few days later I took the relics to the British Museum and showed them to Dr. Vivian Davies to see if he could arrange for a Carbon 14 testing. Davies suggested I take them to Dr.

In late October I went to Cairo to show the relics to Dr. As I was also making a television documentary, this episode was actually recorded on camera [16]. Hawass expressed doubts on the provenance of the relics and also about the results of Carbon 14 dating. He thus saw no reason to test the relics. I therefore took the relics back to England. It was then that a colleague in Madrid, the author Javier Sierra, offered to take them to a scientist he knew, Dr.

Fernan Alonso of the Geochronology Laboratory. Alonso kindly offered to help. Through him, and with the funding coming from Mr. It took over a year to have the results. These results are intriguing if only that they raise questions as to when the Khafre pyramid was first re-entered after being sealed off by its builders.

Herodotus, who visited Giza in the 5th century BC, apparently saw no entrances to this pyramid [18]. It has thus always been assumed that the Khafre pyramid was first violated in ancient times, possibly in the First Intermediate Period, and thus its entrances were eventually covered up and forgotten [20].

But could the pyramid still have been sealed when Herodotus visited Giza in c. And if so, was it first opened and looted in Ptolemaic times? Yet why were the entrances not seen by Diodorus in c. It is known, however, with certainty, that the Khafre pyramid was also entered by the Arabs, possibly in the 13th century AD via a roughly hewn tunnel cut into the north face of the monument above the original upper entrance [21].

No records of this event exist other than the crude graffiti found on the walls of the two chambers. Oddly, the entrances were again forgotten or covered up, perhaps by rumble from the casing blocks brought down by the violent earthquake that hit the Cairo region in the 13th century AD. The Arab tunnel as well as the two original entrances were rediscovered by Belzoni in , who cleared only the upper original entrance in order to enter the pyramid.

Later, in , Howard-Vyse cleared the lower original entrance. The lower date of is intriguing, for it falls precisely at the time Howard-Vyse was cutting his way into this pyramid with explosives, making it thus a strong possibility that the 'finger' came off the hand of one of his unfortunate Arab workers.

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