Findings of Patterns in Prehistoric Architecture- Case Study of the Pyramid of Cheops
Ghoussayni, F, Ali, A and Bayyati, A (2018). Findings of Patterns in Prehistoric Architecture- Case Study of the Pyramid of Cheops. Lebanese Science Journal. 19 (2), pp. 247-257.
|Authors||Ghoussayni, F, Ali, A and Bayyati, A|
There has been an increasing need to explain the geometric representation of the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. Some divergent approaches have been attempted, which need further exploration. The aim of this research paper is to unfold the mysteries behind one of the most notable notions of our universe, as it lies hidden in the dark configuration of space, the void. The space which incubates patterns depicted in the form of a pyramid can also nurse buried void. The approach used in this investigation is based on mathematical illustrations, which led to conclude that void versus matter is a constant strain for balance, and has been ever since the first formation of the apex of a pyramid. The main findings of this paper are that the manifest states, as shown in the schematic diagrams depicting the shape of the pyramid of Cheops, are in the form of balance between void and matter. The key conclusion is that there is a link between the graphical representation of the distributed building blocks in any horizontal layer of the pyramid of Cheops, and the general depiction of its form and angle derived from a geometric balance in the arrangement of its building blocks.
|Journal||Lebanese Science Journal|
|Journal citation||19 (2), pp. 247-257|
|Publisher||National Council for Scientific Research-Lebanon|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.22453/LSJ-019.2.247257|
|28 Aug 2018|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||17 Dec 2018|
|Accepted||01 Mar 2017|
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