Top 5 Books That Explain Secrets of the Egyptian Pyramids

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Great Egyptian Pyramids are perhaps the most divine monuments in the world. For over 4500 years, the mystery of the pyramids still attracts visitors from all over the world. One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World has its secrets. And for those of you who are willing to learn more about these secrets, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 Books That will help you gain some knowledge. Welcome to the ancient world of the Egyptian Pyramids.

Book 1: Ancient Egypt Secrets Explained

This book offers a collection of knowledge about the forty-two ancient political and religious leaders of Egypt and the monuments they constructed. In the book, you will learn about the findings of the stone coffins and mummies. You will also learn about the specific spots where they were located. The book features unusual characteristics of the Bent Pyramid and the Great Pyramid.

Book 2: The Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts

This book features a collection of Egyptian religious texts. The texts were collected from the inscriptions on the walls and sarcophagi.

Book 3: Complete Pyramids: Solving Ancient Mysteries

This book features the theories about the Ancient Pyramids. The works of major researchers include the chapters describing cosmology and iconography behind the ancient texts. The book also features the latest discoveries by multiple teams working on the Egyptian Pyramids.

Book 4: One Man Solved the Ancient Mystery

The author of this book, Bob Brier, shared his unbelievable discoveries about the Stone Age and the mysteries of that Era.

Book 5: Ancient Egypt Secrets Explained

When it comes to ancient Egypt, we think about the pyramids and everything else associated with them. In this book, the author Jeffrey Houston explains what influenced the ancient civilization to build such remarkable masterpieces. The author offers unique insights into the secrets and beliefs of the ancient civilization. The book is essentially a collection of findings and explorations in the world of the ancient Egypt.

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