Great Pyramid Giza Egypt Origin History Geometry 1760 Number Yards Formorians Atlanteans British Mile Distance Unit Math England Surveying Rods Feet Inches Length Standards Ancient Metrics Biblical Royal Cubit Noah’s Ark Solomon’s Temple Jason Argonauts Argo Universal Earth Commensurate Measures Archaic Global Positioning System

Why did the ancient Brits insist that eight furlongs (of 220 yards each) compose the length of a british mile, that length the key number (8 x 220) of 1,760 yards, and so, equalling the long established 5,280 feet?  It’s because the base perimeter of the Great Pyramid of Giza is composed of 1,760 royal cubit units of length, which just happens to equal exactly half a modern nautical mile, that ancient methodology explained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, so the number 1,760, ‘though utilized with also earth commensurate olympic feet rather than cubits in ancient Britain, was certainly a cornerstone of ancient measures, having embodied the useful pi value (22/7) in its original calculation, and a remembrance in ancient Britain (by way of legendary Atlantis), as forty rods compose a furlong, with 220 yards/furlong.

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