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The documentary reveals researchers discovered that the Sphinx’s body and head were disproportionate, suggesting it was not originally a pharaoh.
Historical architect Dr Jonathan Foyle, who worked with Mr Reader on the project, said: “The head and body were massively out of proportion.
These lakes were distributed in the territories adjacent to the Nile.
The absolute mark of the upper large erosion hollow of the Sphinx corresponds to the level of water surface which took place in the Early Pleistocene.
Given that the monument already has the body of a lion it makes sense to the experts that it also originally had the face of a lion.
During Egypt’s early history lions inhabited the wilds of Giza and surrounding areas.
It’s though-provoking theory that cannot be easily dismissed.
Ancient writers such as Herodotus, Strabo, Diodorus, and Pliny suggested there is giant, lost labyrinth in Egypt.
Mr Schoch has argued that the particular weathering found on the body of the Sphinx and surrounding ‘ditch’ the monument was carved from, displays features that can only be caused from prolonged water erosion.
The tomb would have been adapted and embellished by later inhabitants of the area”.
Visual effects experts used the research data to recreate the monument as it might have looked in Channel Five 2008 documentary “The Secrets of Egypt”.
However, this should not stop us from speculations and hopefully investigations that could bring some successful results bring us closer to answers.
There are many questions and theories, but few reliable answers and solid evidence.