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GPR Volume at KKT

Seeing Beneath the Soil at Giza

Typical results from a ground penetrating radar study: The image shows what lies beneath this 25 x 25 meter area east of Khentkawes Town (KKT) at Giza. Areas shown in red reflected radar waves; the areas shown in blue did not. At the upper left, the eastern edge of Khentkawes Town (KKT), built on bedrock, can be seen. To its east, the bedrock has been quarried away creating a blue area. The sloping red feature is caused by a collapsed mud mass from buildings at KKT that fell eastward.

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