Harpedonaptae Rope Stretchers Egyptian Great Pyramid Surveying Engineering Method System Twelve Royal Cubit Circle Circumference One Meter Diameter Napolean Bonaparte’s Egypt Campaign Old Kingdom Ancient Astronomical Metrics Derivation

The egyptian Old Kingdom royal surveyors, who precisely subdivided land plots and laidout the design for the Great Pyramid of Giza as a reduced embodiment of the earth’s dimensions by a factor of 43,200 (which is half the number of seconds in a day), were the pharoahs’ Harpedonaptae, the “rope stretchers,” who used a 12 royal cubit long knotted rope for small jobs, the circle of which has a radius of 1 modern meter, established by Napolean Bonaparte as the metric standard for his empire after his crew had returned from the egyptian campaign with insights into ancient Egypt and their methods for design.

The Harpedonaptae stretched their measuring ropes, then treated them with resin to maintain the constant and standard length, twelve royal cubits, the cubit length having been derived by the rate of precession of the earth’s axis (see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com), so their measuring standards were precisely derived by the application of earth measure (geo metry), and the ambitious Napolean did use the radius length measure of the ancient egyptian 12 royal cubit circle for his length standard, the meter, 4,000 years later.

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