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16 Sketch Map of East Valley of the Kings 20 1 Mechanics and Our Ancestors Now, one could write an entire book about the Valley of the Kings, and this has in fact been done, but we want to get to the heart of the issue—mechanics—herein as simply as possible. So here are the essential features of the valley. First, it is limestone, so it was relatively easy to quarry. The stonemasons simply dug shafts straight into the mountainside, and any old haphazard direction would do (probably suggested by the current pharaoh).
As a result, he is considered to be the father of modern logic. More than any other Greek, his works have remained relevant today. Aristotelian mechanics remained the predominant theoretical framework until the seventeenth century, when it was supplanted by Galileo, Kepler, and Newton (see Chap. 7). Unfortunately, some of his views on mechanics proved to be incorrect, and these errors later caused serious upheaval between the Roman Catholic Church and the scientific community, resulting in quite a few unfortunate disagreements, such as those involving Giordano Bruno (executed by the Inquisition in 1600, see Chap.
Apparently, Hatshepsut was not well liked by her successors Thutmose II and Amenhotep II, for they attempted half-heartedly to expunge her name from the pharaonic record. One of their failed attempts included an effort to wall up Hatshepsut’s obelisk. Fortunately for us today, that attempt was unsuccessful (Fig. 27). 28 1 Mechanics and Our Ancestors Fig. 25 Luxor Temple with Granite Obelisk. Note that the obelisk on the right side is missing Fig. 26 Luxor Temple’s Twin Obelisk in Paris Place de la Concorde.
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