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The construction of Pharaonic pyramids has been, since the systematic study of the Egyptian civilization began in XIX century, one from the most controversial subjects within the many mysteries that the magnificent and impressive monuments investigation presented.
The author of this book, with experience of more than thirty years as constructor of the most varied Public Works, such as dams, industrial plants, freeways, bridges, tunnels, etc., has studied the problem as if it was another project of the many ones than during his professional life he conducted and executed.
This deep, technically detailed study, has led the author to conclude that, as Herodotus described in his book II, Euterpe, the method of construction could only be the one the Father of History describes in his writings, and which is described in this book and explained in detail.