ARCHAEOLOGY

Do long-lost pyramids discovered using Google Earth rival those of Giza?

Last year amateur satellite archaeologist Angela Micol said she discovered long-lost pyramids in Egypt from her North Carolina home using Google Earth. Now others claim her discovery would be "the greatest pyramids known to mankind" and it would not be an exaggeration to say the find "can overshadow the Pyramids of Giza." Click here for the full story.

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The second possible site contains four mounds with a larger, triangular-shaped plateau. The two larger mounds are approximately 250 feet in width, with two smaller mounds approximately 100 feet in width.

Angela Micol/Google Earth

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The site pictured contains three smaller mounds in a very clear formation, similar to the diagonal alignment of the Giza Plateau pyramids.

Angela Micol/Google Earth

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One of the sites show distinct, four-sided, truncated, pyramidal shape that is approximately 140 feet in width.

Angela Micol/Google Earth

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Images taken recently of the mound site show evidence of someone digging into the mound.

Angela Micol/Google Earth

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Shown is a close-up of the two smaller mound sites.

Angela Micol/Google Earth

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The red circle indicated an interesting features of the two smaller mounds.

Angelia Micol/Google Earth

Do long-lost pyramids discovered using Google Earth rival those of Giza?

Last year amateur satellite archaeologist Angela Micol said she discovered long-lost pyramids in Egypt from her North Carolina home using Google Earth. Now others claim her discovery would be "the greatest pyramids known to mankind" and it would not be an exaggeration to say the find "can overshadow the Pyramids of Giza." Click here for the full story.

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