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Scientists from the Technical University of Munich have conclusively demonstrated the existence of a hidden chamber in the Great Pyramid in Egypt, which was constructed for Khufu (Greek: Cheops) around 4,500 years ago. In 2016, scans suggested that a hidden chamber existed near the chevron blocks above the entrance. Recently, the team from Munich was able to use a crack between two blocks to insert a tube. This allowed them to run an endoscopic camera through and photograph the chamber. The photos revealed a room that was larger than anticipated, exceeding the original estimate of five meters in length. There was no evidence of human presence in the room, and the researchers believe it is the first time humans have seen the inside of this chamber since the pyramid was constructed. The purpose of the chamber is not yet known, nor what lies behind the back wall of the room. According to a literal understanding of biblical chronology, the Great Pyramid of Khufu had been standing for hundreds of years by the time Abraham went to Egypt (Gn 12:10).

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