Egyptians Stopped Building Pyramids Because Of ‘Thermal Movement,’ Engineer Suggests

The Huffington Post | By Meredith Bennett-Smith

A high-profile, Welsh structural engineer with experience in Egyptian construction has offered a possible answer to arguably one of the most confusing questions about the Ancient Egyptian pyramids: Why did Egyptians stop building them?

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National Geographic releases documentary behind CINTEC’s Pyramid of Djoser project

World Architectural News

Leading international engineering and preservation firm CINTEC Worldwide has completed a complex restoration project at the Pyramid of Djoser in Egypt. The company was called upon by the High Council of Egyptian Antiquities after the pyramid – which was completed in 27th century BC – was threatened by collapse.

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National Geographic Details CINTEC’s Preservation of Egypt’s Oldest Pyramid

INDUSTRY TODAY

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DETAILS CINTEC’S PRESERVATION OF EGYPT’S OLDEST PYRAMID Company selected for its extensive restoration experience CINTEC Worldwide, a world leader in the field of structural masonry retrofit strengthening, repair, and preservation, has been featured in the National Geographic documentary Saving Egypt’s Oldest Pyramid for their restoration of the Pyramid of Djoser.

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