Pyramids Hidden in Satellite Images
Apart from the two larger and smaller mounds, the expedition team believes the site features a temple or habitation and a row of what may ...
Located about 90 miles apart, the two possible pyramid complexes appeared on aerial imagery as an unusual groupings of mounds with intriguing orientations. One site near the Fayum oasis revealed a four-sided, truncated mound approximately 150 feet wide and three smaller mounds in a diagonal alignment (left). The other site, just 12 miles from the city of Abu Sidhum along the Nile, featured two large and two small mounds (right).
According to Micol, it provided intriguing data to compare with El-Kady and Farouk’s maps and documents.