Pyramid gone missing...now Unveiled..

India
July 20, 2008 6:27am CST
Certainly this is one of the news item i found in the archives of the site called Livescience.com and the link is http://www.livescience.com/history/080606-ap-pharaoh-pyramid.html Actually this pyramid was discovered by the Egyptian archaeologists, that is believed to be 4000 years old. It was discovered by a German archaeologist Karl Richard Lepsius in 1842, some 200 years ago.. and he called it as "Headless Pyramid" because only its base remains. But the desert sands covered the discovery, and no archaeologist since has been able to find it until recently... Have you heard about any interesting discoveries or inventions that resurfaced after years.. having various reasons like..it was not given proper recognition and acknowledgement. Of course this rediscovered Pyramid has nothing to do with the reasons i stated above. Cheers from Saivenkat.
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@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
20 Jul 08
Hi saivenkaat802003! Wow, that is awesome! I am glad to know that it was rediscovered after being discovered in 1842. I am sure that the archaeologists in that team are mighty proud to have unearthed it after all this time. Well, I really don't remember anything at the moment about any rediscoveries except for this little rediscovery of mine that when I look at the mirror, I am rediscovering again how beautiful I am. haha..just joking! Take care and God Bless!
@lyzabelle (1668)
• Philippines
20 Jul 08
[b]Really...that is amazing. I would love to discover some pyramids. But to do so i have to live in the dessert to brave the dessert storm. Oh, never mind I will just watch them in photos.[/b]
@cambiste (1245)
• India
20 Jul 08
That is interesting news. I guess only in deserts do big structures go missing or buried. Everything else can be located by satellites (well, exceptions are there in african forests). No, i havent heard of those kind of "rediscoveries".