NEW CHANNEL FROM ANCIENT ARCHITECTS: «Space and Planet» is launched. Please subscribe now to On my recent visit to the British Museum, one granite statue that really caught my eye was that of Thutmose III from the 18th Dynasty. He wears the iconic triangular apron that immediately reminded me of the pyramids. It also reminded me of the black and gold statues of Tutankhamen, which depict him in a similar apron, and when looking at the statue in profile, it is clear that it sticks out of the body like a pyramid or semi-pyramid. In fact, you can find many images of Egyptian royalty in what I call the pyramid apron, and it seems to go back to the Old Kingdom. So, were the pyramids always represented in art in all eras of Egyptian history, but with symbols closely associated with the pharaoh? Sara Belzoni, wife of renowned explorer Giovanni Belzoni, believed that the triangular apron was an ancient Masonic apron worn only by pharaohs, and she goes even further and says that the tomb of Seti I in the Valley of the Kings found by her husband was in fact a Masonic temple before the king was buried. A controversial theory rejected by many, but does it need a second look? Watch the video to find out more. All images are taken from Google Images for educational purposes only.
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