Is this how the Great Pyramid of Giza was built?

Archaeologists may have just conclusively solved the mystery of how the ancient Egyptians built the Great Pyramid of Giza.

On a British Documentary called, Egypt's Great Pyramid: the New Evidence, archaeologists found a scroll, a boat and a system of waterworks.

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The scroll contains an account of an overseer who describes the process the Egyptians used to transport the thousands of tons of stones to Giza over 4,000 years ago.

Labourers apparently shipped the stones along the Nile River on wooden boats through a specially built system of canals.

The stones were ferried to an inland port that was only yards away from the base of the great pyramid.

The discovery of the boat also provided insight into how boats were built in the bronze age civilization.

And while we may have solved one of the Pyramids mysteries, another team is currently using laser technology in an attempt to discover hidden chambers inside.

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