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Paul A. Dedrick
1/18 - a routine student expedition to an area outside Luxor has
uncovered a heretofore unknown Egyptian dig. Wisely assessing the
impor tance of the discovery, the expedition's leader has called us to
aid in the excavation. We are amazed by what we've found.
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2/4 - our first aerial photos of the area
reveal incredible detail. The site is
near ly exactly square with a center
site which has been levelled and
appears prepped as though for a
building site, but there is no ruin or
par tial construction. What was to go
there? A tomb? a Temple?
3/22 - found a broken tablet today - it
describes a second site, near ly ten miles away.
Sent a team.
3/23 - repor ts from 2nd site suggest a huge number of precisely cut
stones. Though impossible to be sure, it appears initially that they were
intentionally buried, as though to hide or preserve the blocks. Why?
Use the selected excavation notes
in this book as clues to construct the
pyramid. Can you solve the mystery without
using the solution (see pages 4-7)?
Before you start, check out the hints on the
back cover of this book.
a l i t
These tips will help you
assemble the Mystery of the
Pyramid Jigsaw Puzzle
The fit between the corner
pieces and the face pieces
of the pyramid is "tighter"
than the fit of a traditional
jigsaw puzzle. This is
normal and gives the
pyramid its structure.
. Be sure that the corner
pieces are well creased. If
you give them a good bend,
the pyramid will keep its
square shape. See the
diagram on page 2.
Once you've figured out
how the puzzle works,
group the pieces needed for
the pyramid structure with
the side on which they will
be placed. Keeping them
organized this way makes
the logic of the puzzle more
Work on each side, or face,
of the pyramid singly.
When you've completed a
side of the pyramid, set it
aside and proceed to the
next. Lock the four sides
solved the mystery.