In the Nile River Basin, two new sets of Egyptian pyramids have been virtually discovered. American archaeologist Angela Mikol is the author of this discovery. She spent a lot of time researching a special geographic program from Google that produces a computer-generated relief image of the Earth's surface.
In the course of another study of photographs and maps, Angela drew attention to two strange centers of the hills. They had a symmetrical pyramidal shape and flat tops, which are probably so altered by weathering.
One of these complexes is located near the town of Abu Sidhum. In addition to the ancient burial mounds, each of which is approximately 100 meters wide, the complex has a triangular plateau, 189 meters wide. If this plateau is the base of the pyramid, then we can confidently assume that it has a larger size than the Pyramid of Cheops at Giza.
The second area of the alleged pyramids is located 145 kilometers north of the first. It has a quadrangular plateau with a base of 43 meters. Scientists intend to visit the places where the finds were found. They will either have to make sure that their assumptions are correct, or refute them.
If this discovery by an American scientist is confirmed in the course of research on the spot, then a grandiose breakthrough in science could be made, since today all known pyramids are located around Cairo.
The photographs that Angela Mikol relied on in her research have already been analyzed by the famous Egyptologist Nabil Selim. According to him, the version of the scientist with a high degree of probability may be correct. The professor noted that the discovered small 30-meter mounds are similar to those built during the reign of the thirteenth dynasty.
This is not the only archaeological find that was discovered using new computer technology. In May 2011, a scientist-Egyptologist from the United States Sarah Parkak, using the Google Earth program, found 17 more lost pyramids in Egypt. In addition, she discovered buildings and various burials of the ancient Egyptians.