It contains two .kinds of rooms, some under ground and some above ground over them, to the number of three thousand, fifteen hundred of each. The rooms above ground, I myself went through, and saw, and relate from personal inspection. But the underground... Queer Things about Egypt - Page 245by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen - 1911 - 428 pagesFull view
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...for the Egyptians who have charge of the building would on no account show me them, saying, that they were the sepulchres of the kings who originally built...which surpass all human works, I myself saw ; for the passage through the corridors, and the windings through the cou-s, from their great variety, presented...