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A Missing Black Giza Pyramid Recorded in Ancient Records

Explorer Frederic Louis Norden sketched a Black Giza Pyramid into his Maps

Frederic Louis Norden (22 October 1708 – 22 September 1742) was a Danish naval captain, cartographer, and archaeological explorer. He is also known as Frederick, Frederik, Friderick, Ludwig, Ludvig and Lewis, names used on the publications of his famous work which highlighted the missing Black Giza Pyramid,  Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie.

Norden made a voyage through Egypt all the way down to Sudan in 1737–1738. At the request of King Christian VI of Denmark, he was to enter into a trade agreement with Ethiopia on behalf of Denmark. Norden made abundant notes, observations and drawings of everything around him, including people, pharaonic monuments, architecture, installations and maps of the Black Giza Pyramid.

His expedition reached Egypt in June of 1737. However, due to problems with weather and their ship, the party was prevented from traveling further. Despite these challenges, Norden made the most of the situation and his extensive documentation and drawings of Black Giza Pyramid from this voyage are still considered a primary source for the appearance of Egyptian monuments before widespread 19th and 20th-century tourism and excavations.

One of the most notable aspects of his expedition was his documentation of the Giza Plateau and Black Giza Pyramid. His work includes some of the very first realistic drawings of Egyptian monuments, including the Great Sphinx of Giza. Interestingly, he is the earliest known to draw the Sphinx with the nose missing, which is often used to disprove the story that Napoleon I of France destroyed the nose of the Sphinx.

Norden’s travel notes were published posthumously in the book “Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie” (Copenhagen, 1755). This book remains a significant historical resource to this day.

The Giza Plateau in Egypt is one of the world’s most well-known historic sites, recognizable at a glance to most people on earth. But what if the enduring image of the Giza Plateau we know today, its legendary Sphinx gazing out from beneath its three mighty pyramids, is wrong? Thank Frederic for the drawings and maps of the Black Giza Pyramid. 

According to some historical records, our modern conception of Giza is incomplete, missing crucial features present at the time of the ancient Egyptians.

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