This is likely, as it would be much easier to test by a straight line than by a circular template. The diagram of the successive circles of measurement is made more obvious by the principle of concentrated errors (such as were used in the Pyramid survey ... such are often the names of departments to which the bowls belonged, a the food, the toilet, or the travelling outfit. ... a chamber, a palace, a troop, a priestly title, or any other of the usages of the word ; it always needs a determinative, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Ancient Egypt and the East|
|Author||:||Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie|