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" Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at Gizeh, six (including all the largest) have the narrow passages by which alone they can be entered, (all which open out on the northern faces of their respective pyramids,) inclined to the horizon downwards... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 41
1856
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Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1849 - 620 pages
...an altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at...pyramids) inclined to the horizon downwards at angles as follows. 1st, or Pyramid of Cheops - - - - 26 41' 2d, or Pyramid of Cephren - - - - 25 55 3d,...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 19

1850
...an altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at...pyramids,) inclined to the horizon downwards at angles as follows. 1st, or Pyramid of Cheops 26 41' '_'<!, or Pyramid of Cephren 25 55 3d, or Pyramid of...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 19

1850
...an altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at...narrow passages by which alone they can be entered, (nll which open out on the northern faces of their respective pyramids,) inclined to the horizon downwards...
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A Pilgrimage to Egypt, Embracing a Diary of Explorations on the Nile

Jerome Van Crowninshield Smith - 1852 - 383 pages
...ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that, of the nine pyramids still existing, all have narrow passages, by which alone they can be entered...their respective pyramids), inclined to the horizon, downward, at angles as follows, in three of them : Pyramid of Cheops, 26 41'. Pyramid of Cephren...
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A Pilgrimage to Egypt: Embracing a Diary of the Explorations on the Nile ...

Jerome Van Crowninshield Smith - 1852 - 383 pages
...ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that, of the nine pyramids still existing, all have narrow passages, by which alone they can be entered...their respective pyramids), inclined to the horizon, downward, at angles as follows, in three of them: Pyramid of Cheops, 26 41'. Pyramid of Cephren 25...
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A Pilgrimage to Egypt, Embracing a Diary of Explorations on the Nile

Jerome Van Crowninshield Smith - 1852 - 383 pages
...ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that, of the nine pyramids still existing, all have narrow passages, by which alone they can be entered (all which open out on the northern faces of ARAB BEGGARS. 93 their respective pyramids), inclined to the horizon, downward, at angles as follows,...
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Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1853 - 557 pages
...an altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained by the late researches of Col. Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at...northern faces of their respective pyramids) inclined *o the horizon downwards at angles as follows. Mean - 26 47 Of the two pyramids at Abousseir also,...
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The Seven Wonders of the World: With Their Associations in Art & History

Seven wonders - 1854 - 300 pages
...culmination, at Gizeh, an altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained since by Colonel Vyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing...inclined to the horizon downwards, at angles varying from 20 to 80. At the bottom of every one of these passages, therefore, the tfien pole-star must have...
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OUTLINES OF ASTRONOMY:

SIR JOHN F.W. HERSCHEL BART K.H. - 1861
...altitude of 26 15' 35". Now it is a remarkable fact, ascertained by the late researches of Col. Yyse, that of the nine pyramids still existing at Gizeh,...pyramids) inclined to the horizon downwards at angles as follows. 1st, or Pyramid of Cheops 26 41 2d, or Pyramid of Cephren 25 55 3d, or Pyramid of Mycerinus...
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Mazzaroth; or, The constellations (by F. Rolleston). [Followed by] Mizraim ...

Frances Rolleston - 1862
...near A Draconis, the Pole-star at that time." " It is a remarkable fact that of the nine pyramids, six, including all the largest, have the narrow passages by which alone they can be entered, inclined downwards." " At the bottom of every one of the passages, therefore, the then Pole-star must...
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