wrong perception about ancient pyramids

Important Things From History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

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1. The pyramids of Giza were originally white and shiny.

wrong perception about ancient pyramidsimage credit–> amazingbeautifulworld

The Perception:

Pyramids are a marvel of ancient engineering. We get so busy being amazed by the Pyramids, with their massive, meticulously layered sandy golden bricks, that we forget that what we’re seeing are the broken-down remnants. If you could see them new, you’d barely recognize them. They were much more awesome back then.

The Reality:

What we think of today as the Pyramids are really just the exposed layers of the structural base. Ancient Egyptians had a strong culture of celebrating after-life rituals with plenty of golden ornaments, utensils and precious gemstones, which they believed would keep the person comfortable beyond this world. The glitter and glamor increased reached massive proportions for the tombs of Pharaohs (which the Pyramids encased), aspiring to be the most sparkling, shiny thing of all. The original outside consisted of smooth, white limestone that hid the layers of brick, giving the effect that a pyramid was one giant solid piece.

Thus came the Pyramids, with a structural base of staggered yellow limestone bricks cased in an outer layer of Tura Limestone. The white Tura limestones were then polished to create an impression of a solid triangular surface which could reflect sunlight. The astonishing precision of this polishing could be gauged from the reflection of sunlight, often reaching a hundredth of an inch.
These Tura limestone casing stones had length, breadth and height dimensions of nearly five feet. A polished stone weighed close to 15 metric tons. But the original stones were often up to 40 metric tons and were polished and cut ‘at’ their final location to perfectly align with the face angle of that side of the Pyramid. Don’t ask how they got so many of those arranged in such perfect alignment. Mankind has been choking up on that stat for a while! What we can say is that structures as big as the pyramids with their shiny limestone walls reflecting sunlight probably shone like a bright jewel and could be noticed from miles away.

Why We Picture it Wrong:

If they have survived nearly five thousand years, chances are that they were subject of much amazement and folklores. Artists in different times across the colorful history probably saw different degrees of wear and tear and their illustrations reflected that. The fact is, these structures have withstood sun, sandstorms, earthquakes and overtly curious human intervention and what we notice today are only worn down remnants of the original structure. Many of their outer casing stones were cut loose and became part of other nearby structures in eras that followed. Bahri Sultan An-Nasir Nasir-ad-Din al-Hasan used some of these polished stones to build mosques in Cairo, a few of which still remain intact. Worse still, treasure hunters used pick-axes, knives and explosives to scrape away and loot much of it during the early 19th and 20th century as well. Notice closely towards the base of Pyramid of Khufu and you may see some of the few remaining original casing stones.

source–> todayifoundout

2. Jesus Looked Nothing Like the Paintings

Given that his light eyes, sharp facial features and long hair (straight from a modern-day conditioner and shampoo advert) are so instantly recognizable, more than half the world identifies Jesus Christ as this picture.

image-of-JesusIt isn’t a modern-day phenomenon either, with Renaissance era paintings (like this illustration from Room of The Segnatura at the Vatican or Good Shepherd) exhibit :

image-of-Jesus-found-in-the-Room-Segnatura-Vatican

The Reality:

As you can probably guess, Yeshua of Nazareth, the man Christians think of as “Jesus Christ” today, actually looked a lot more Middle Eastern seeing as he was… well… actually Middle Eastern.

Most scholastic texts agree that Jesus was like a ‘common man’, a fellow ‘brother’ to the mankind. Sure, he was the divine one, the chosen one, but he was also someone who led by example. And to be that, he needed to be ‘human’ and not look like someone concocted with magical potions of good looks and Caucasian skin color (something which was pretty synonymous with supposed racial supremacy for the Western world).

 

How Jesus really looked like 2 How Jesus really looked like

image credit–>mindsoap

That’s just an artist rendering based on what the average person of the time and place Jesus actually came from looked like, but you get the idea.

Why We Picture it Wrong:

For the dominant image of Jesus as a whitey, blame those Renaissance era master artists – Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo and his ilk.

True to their artistic loyalties, they painted him like a handsome Greek or Italian man. It helped that it became easily identifiable for followers of Christianity in Europe. In the age of the Crusades, the Church was better off not reminding people they were praying to a little, brown Jew.

Similarly, many African and Arab Christians painted Jesus with dark skin and bushy mop, or painters from Far East or Hispanic regions added local racial features – something which immediately invokes easier association.

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3. Velociraptors Had Feathers

The Perception:

If your idea of killer dinosaurs were shaped by numerous amateurishly drawn ‘Encyclopedia’ books (and of course, the Spielberg classic ‘Jurassic Park’), you already know that Velociraptors were the fiercest of predators, and they looked something like this.

wrong perception about velociraptorThe Reality:

wrong perception about velociraptor 2They had feathers.

Almost… but not quite. Allied to the fact that they were smarter than their contemporaries, there’s a little something which added to their ‘scary’ appeal (if you don’t consider giant, intelligent lizards scary enough, that is!). They had feathers. Given that the evolution of birds were from certain class of reptiles, it isn’t entirely unnatural. However, they couldn’t really fly. The feathers were more like a furry coating on their outer skin which they used to scare off other raptors or as a mating ritual.

Why We Picture it Wrong:

The truth is, until the eminent paleontologists at the American Museum of Natural History and the Field Museum of Natural History made this discovery about the bone – which provided evidence of quills in Raptors, we didn’t know. And they did it in 1998; nearly half-a-decade after Spielberg shaped our childhood memories. Just saying …

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4. Greek Statues Were Brightly Painted

the original colors of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures 8The Perception:

Quick, what do you picture in your head when we say, “Ancient Greece”? If you’re like most people you the first image is often about a muscular man with a weapon, dressed in a white robe and without pupils in his eyes.

The artists from Renaissance era carved many memorable statues from marbles, trying to mimic the ‘Greek’ style

The Reality:

Archaeologists however, found enough proof in ancient scriptures, some even including illustrations of painting statues, to remain interested in knowing how widely colors were used in ancient Greek era. Modern laser-dating techniques have shown that the ornate marble structures were just the base models, which were then painted with bright primary colors by the Greek artists.

Why We Picture it Wrong:

With time these top coats of primary paints chipped away, falling prey to ravages of heat, humidity, wind and natural wear and tear. Later civilizations loved the beauty in minimalism and austerity of white, which perfectly matched their idea of strength and purity as opposed to frivolous use of colors. When they saw these sculptures, it created the lasting impression of Greek statues depicting powerful gods and men. Some modern proponents even found it ‘apt’ that founders of Western civilization should celebrate their art in ‘white’ and that idea of sumptuous marble statues further cemented its position in popular consciousness.

5. The Statue of Liberty is a modern version of the Colossus of Rhodes.

The Perception:

With a broken shackle at her feet, the famous ‘Statue of Liberty’ is widely recognized across the world. Popularly known as a gift from France to America, the statue is believed to be a mark of freedom from colonial shackles, not least because of the inscribed American independence date on the pedestal.

The Reality:

The actual history of the statue is rather more than that. The statue of ‘Libertas’ or the Roman Goddess of Freedom is actually a like-for-like representation of ancient statue of ‘Colossus of Rhodes’.

The similarity doesn’t end there. Among the original ‘ Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,’ the Colossus of Rhodes (depicted below) oversaw the Mandraki Harbor in the city of Rhodes (Greece).

7 ancient wonders of the the world

The Statue of Liberty was designed and built to the scale and design of the original Colossus of Rhodes (at least as it was believed to have looked at the time Liberty was constructed).

things we don't knowLeft: The Colossus of Rhodes depicted in 1880; Right: Statue of Liberty

Beginning work in 292 BC, it took Charles of Lindos and his designers nearly twelve years to complete the 110 feet statue, which was then erected on 50 feet pedestal. The base of was carved out of white marble and joined to the cast of feet at the ankles. The status was believed to be dedicated to Greek God of Sun, Helios (or Apollo), whose blessings were supposedly the driving force for Rhodes’ victory Cyprus (305 BC).

The equipments of the vanquished enemy were sold off to finance the building of the statue. It stood for over half-a-century, by which time its fame reached scholars and visitors from far off lands, before a devastating earthquake in 226BC demolished it. The dedication script on the statue, according to texts discovered later, spoke of a ‘statue leading to Olympus’.

While the representation of liberty and freedom isn’t entirely misplaced per se, it is mainly believed to be something of a modern metaphor about America being the ‘land of opportunity’ and freedom for immigrants. However, being based on another statue which was once a renowned representation of ‘freedom’ for this world, the Status of Liberty certainly owes a major allegiance to the Colossus of Rhodes, both in architectural similarity and significance.

facts we picture incorrectly, ApolloFotovolos Apollon. Ancient Corinth Museum.

image credit–> greece.org

Similar facial expression, seven beams of light in exact position with those in the Statue of Liberty,  same dimensions…. Just a coincidence?

source–> selectstudyabroad

6. Nobody Dressed How You Think They Dressed

The Perception:

Given that much of historical data without illustrations is little more than a guess for the layman, we have a certain kind of image for traditionally skilled fighters. Pop the word Ninja and you imagine these dudes in all-black uniforms looking like this:

how were the real ninja dressed

Talk about Vikings and immediately a guy with a mighty mo’and horned headgear rides into our thought:

how did vikings look like
The Reality:

The art of being an assassin and a skilled fighter is in deception. It is also about practical battlefield advantages rather than getting dressed in outrageous outfits which screams for attention. Ninja assassins were specially trained to trail and kill, so they needed to dress like most ordinary men – merchants, monks, shopkeepers or farmers. If you were trying to track down your prey, you wouldn’t want to have a ‘uniform’ which blares out ‘Ninja’ from a mile away, would you?

how were the real ninja dressed 2Even when they moved in dark, they were usually wearing dark blue rather than black (which would clearly show your silhouette against the night).

Regarding the Vikings’ helmet – would you really want to be in a battlefield (or any hand-to-hand combat situation really) where you are wearing something which people can grab on to? Ever wonder why all those armed forces dudes (across the board) have crew-cut hair instead of sporting tresses like they dropped out of LOTR world? Yup, exactly. Their helmet looked like any other protective headgear.

how did viking's helmet look like
Why We Picture it Wrong:

The Ninja all-black outfit was born out of theaters. In the Edo era plays, the stage hands and prompters used to blend in the background in all-black. The play directors came up with the idea that actors playing Ninjas must dress the same way, to depict their stealth and ability to sneak under the watch before suddenly leaping to action. The popularity continued up to modern movie stereotypes to this day. As for Vikings, the ‘horned’ warrior from North was merely an exaggeration about the invaders by Roman and Greek historians. Sure enough, the artists picked up on that cue and delivered illustrations to seal the misconception.

7. Columbus didn’t Discover the Round Earth

Well, even if he did, he was nearly 2,000 years late.

who was the first to prove the round earth 2image credit

There is also documented proof that Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570 – c. 495 BC), and Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) had already understood that the Earth was round. In fact, Aristotle even provided physical evidence from lunar eclipse and curvature of earth, known to all sailors who have ever observed a ship from the coast.

Eratosthenes of Cyrene (276 BC – 195 BC), a Greek mathematician, geographer and astronomer, is credited with accurate determination of the size of earth, the tilt of its axis and distance from sun, backed up with scientific calculations.

Why We Picture it Wrong:

So where did this whole false story come from, about the entire Europe laughing at Columbus and warning that his ship and crew would ‘fall of the earth’? The myth of Europeans believing in a “Flat Earth” is little more than propaganda, perhaps owing to Washington Irving’s 1828 biography of Columbus which is revisionist at best.

Like any educated European, Christopher Columbus most likely knew the basic fact that the earth was round. The trouble is Columbus hugely underestimated the earth’s circumference. He thought the Europe was wider than it truly was, and disagreed with Ptolemy’s estimate of the width of Asia.

Being a relatively new country, America of 18th century was still looking for national heroes. Free from the English colonialization, they also denounced the English heroes of several centuries. Marco Polo had already discovered Asia, so they started celebrating this Italian guy, who worked for Spain, (and had bad math) as their hero.

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  • Lucas May 17, 2014

    The pyramids were most definitely not tombs.

    • Heinrich D. Bag May 31, 2014

      They were actually morgues.

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      launch pads

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  • Lyle Waller September 25, 2014

    Just because the “middle eastern” appearance is now “arab” [Hebrew for “tending towards the dusky”] doesn’t mean Pilate’s letter to Caesar describing Jesus as tall, blonde, and having blue eyes is incorrect.

    • threenotchthreenotch October 17, 2014

      This letter from Pilate to Caeser, it exists? It is documented? It is available for examination?

      • mocochoco October 18, 2014

        The letter of Pontius Pilates to Caesar is another thing people picture incorrectly. There are no known letters from Pilate concerning Jesus written in the time Pilate lived.

        According to publications that have reproduced massively throughout dozens of websites “this exciting manuscript regarding the decision to crucify Jesus Christ remained completely unknown until 1309 A.D., until it was found in the well-known earthquake city of L’Aquila in Central Italy (near which was discovered the ancient Roman town of Amiterno, where they found the home of Pontius Pilate).”
        “In 1381 it was brought to Constantinople in the days of Patriarch Jeremiah. It was translated by His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Dionysios in the year 1643.”

        The main source for the letters of Pilate come from W. P. Crozier’s 1928 book titled, “Letters of Pontius Pilate: Written During His Governorship of Judea to His Friend Seneca in Rome.” The book presents a fantastic novel (fiction) on the idea of what could have been written by Pilate regarding Jesus, based on the facts described in the Gospels.
        You can find the book here: http://www.amazon.com/Letters-Pontius-Pilate-Written-Governorship/dp/1589639480
        Internet users seeking answers regarding the reliability of the text of Pilate about Jesus, contacted the Library of Congress in the U.S., from whom they received the following answer:

        “The Library of Congress has received a number of inquiries over the years about a purported letter from Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Caesar concerning Jesus Christ. The Library does not have such a letter in its collections”

        Source: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/talk.origins/JVNhAoEEO24/h-sKvVmF3U0J
        Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov/index.html

  • Rhonda Sittig October 3, 2014

    What a fun post!! Love all that historical research. Nice to find your blog…

  • ANooP October 23, 2014

    Amazing post. Very informative.

    I wonder how these pyramids were made, each block used to make pyramids weigh around a 1000 ton or something. It’s humanly impossible to lift the and place it to such perfection. Humanly impossible I believe.

  • Anonymous October 31, 2014

    The Pyramids were actually cased in white, red, and black casing stones, and were definitely not tombs, not a single mummy has been found in the Great Pyramids EVER!

  • Anonymous November 2, 2014

    Cool

  • shibumimc November 10, 2014

    The terra cotta “army” of China’s first emperor were also painted and never appeared when they were first displayed in the soil colour we all know today. Some of the finish paint remains today, and scientists are trying to discover the secrets of the resins and paints that were used. Scholars are yet to discover though what the army was intended for. They still think it was to guard the emperor’s tomb (imagine!) but they were actually the emperor’s memorial to the end of war. His story is found in The Schoool of Sun Tzu: Winning Empires without War. Available from Amazon.

  • jmsabbagh November 14, 2014

    Unique blog.Best wishes.Jalal

  • Muy curioso December 30, 2014

    I like pictures of pyramids and Colossus

  • Lawrence P. Goodwin January 4, 2015

    It’s really very nice that you seek to educate. Why though must you sieze the chance to show how incredibly smart you are with condescending smart-ass writing? What’s worse is your PC stance of a racial motivation behind European depictions of Jesus when in all likelyhood, it was simply the result of a very human penchant to make things familiar. Don’t we see people as being bad enough already without your contribution to sullying our idea of one another, and of people of other times?

  • billy kravitz (@wilkravitz) January 7, 2015

    Arab peoples had not yet conquered Judea two thousand years ago. Culturally , the LEVANT was part of the Mediterranean world and people there looked more like modern day groups found throughout that world. In fact there is a lot of variation among Arab people too. Your image of Jesus is based on one skull reconstructed in a NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC article. Some people in ancient Judea might have looked like that, but a ‘norm?’… Hardly.. Philistine peoples (actually Minoans) were absorbed into the populace, as well as nomadic Celtic tribes (the Galatians) .. What we think of as the ethnic/cultural Mideast of today was, in Jesus’ time still over six hundred years in the future.. If we interpret things your way. we could just as likely say Ancient American Indian civilizations were built by Europeans, because you found a few European skulls.. thank you.

  • Anonymous January 30, 2015

    Regarding the pyrimids, there as NEVER any remains found in any of the three great pyrimids, just saying,…if you’re going to talk about misconceptions, you should probably mention that FACT,

    • mocochoco February 10, 2015

      The source is at the end of the post. It has always been there but people see only what they WANT to see.

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  • srinathreddy95 July 25, 2015

    Btw columbus did not discover that the earth was round, Magellan did

    • Robert June 10, 2017

      Actually Magellan never made it all the way around the world because he was killed in the Philippines so I guess you must say it was his crew that proved the fact.

      it had already proven or highly suspected at least for centuries earlier

  • Anonymous September 21, 2015

    (for those of you in the comment section) For those of you that are saying that there were no remains found in The Great Pyramids, you’re dead wrong. That’s where we find Pharaohs and their wives, as well as servants and sacrifices. The pyramids were tombs for the Pharaohs throughout the years, that’s why there are so many. The bricks weren’t 1000 tons either, they weren’t even 1. The Pharaohs woulds have millions of slaves start working on building on his pyramid from the moment his reign would start, if not before that. If you don’t believe me check out these websites.
    http://www.livescience.com/42902-giza-pyramids-port-discovered.html
    http://news.discovery.com/history/ancient-egypt/how-the-ancient-egyptians-really-built-the-pyramids-140502.htm
    As for the white Jesus misconception, you’re right, Jesus would have been closer to looking like any common Middle-Eastern man. By the way Middle Eastern and Arab are the same thing, just pointing that out. Anyway, to the person who wrote this, Michelangelo, Da Vinci , and Raphael didn’t give us the original inspiration for that picture of Jesus, an unknown British artists in the 1800s did; Michelangelo, Da Vinci and Raphael lived about 500 years apart. I can politely assure you no one was trying to be racist in making Jesus white. As you said, they were just going with what they knew, please don’t call him a whitey I found that very offensive. It may have just been me, but I don’t want you to think that people were being racist by keeping the picture, it’s just the only one we’ve ever had. Thank you! 🙂

  • Rasques September 21, 2015

    (for those of you in the comment section) For those of you that are saying that there were no remains found in The Great Pyramids, you’re dead wrong. That’s where we find Pharaohs and their wives, as well as servants and sacrifices. The pyramids were tombs for the Pharaohs throughout the years, that’s why there are so many. The bricks weren’t 1000 tons either, they weren’t even 1. The Pharaohs woulds have millions of slaves start working on building on his pyramid from the moment his reign would start, if not before that. If you don’t believe me check out these websites.
    http://www.livescience.com/42902-giza-pyramids-port-discovered.html
    http://news.discovery.com/history/ancient-egypt/how-the-ancient-egyptians-really-built-the-pyramids-140502.htm
    As for the white Jesus misconception, you’re right, Jesus would have been closer to looking like any common Middle-Eastern man. By the way Middle Eastern and Arab are the same thing, just pointing that out. Anyway, to the person who wrote this, Michelangelo, Da Vinci , and Raphael didn’t give us the original inspiration for that picture of Jesus, an unknown British artists in the 1800s did; Michelangelo, Da Vinci and Raphael lived about 500 years apart. I can politely assure you no one was trying to be racist in making Jesus white. As you said, they were just going with what they knew, please don’t call him a whitey I found that very offensive. It may have just been me, but I don’t want you to think that people were being racist by keeping the picture, it’s just the only one we’ve ever had. Thank you! 🙂

  • Tom stephenson November 5, 2015

    In Spain archaeologists investigated Neolithic graves and found evidence that they were decorated with bright geometric designs. What we see now as interesting stone monoliths were covered in red and yellow zigzags.

  • Abraham November 23, 2015

    nice

  • Deepa Tiwari November 27, 2015

    This is great article thanks for sharing this

  • Anonymous December 3, 2015

    JESUS OF NAZARETH WAS BLACK

  • amongbutnotof December 21, 2015

    The reality is that we have the Shroud of Turin. The face on the shroud looks more like the painting on the right. If you care to guess at his complexion, google search for pictures of Israeli Jews, Assyrians, Turks, etc.. Either way, I think we ought to focus on trying to get his teachings right.

  • Lowell Silverman January 15, 2016

    #4 reminded me of another place I learned recently that we picture incorrectly. Though the Incan settlement Mach Picchu is known today for its stonework, in the past many of its buildings were covered with plaster painted yellow and red!

    https://lowellsilverman.wordpress.com/2015/12/18/inca-trails-end-machu-picchu/

  • reflectionsonjapanesecultureblog February 18, 2016

    I knew that the Parthenon friezes and other Greek statues were painted, but prefer them white. But I have no problem with Jesus looking Semitic, but isn’t there a prior question of whether he existed?

  • Haiku DeReynier February 25, 2016

    Wrong. The pyramids were, in order of smallest to largest… Red, Black, White.

  • Sanjith March 4, 2016

    http://www.hinduwisdom.info/Advanced_Concepts.htm

    “What would you say about the people or culture who gave us the place-value system of numerals, the numerical zero, the trigonometric function “sine” and several trigonometric formulae, and set standards for mass, length, and time? What about those who developed a sophisticated system of medicine with its mind-body approach known as Ayurveda, detailed anatomical and surgical knowledge of the human body, metallurgical methods of extraction and purification of metals including the so called Damascus blade, chemical techniques to transform compounds, knowledge of various constellations and planetary motions that was good enough to assign motion to the Earth in the fifth century A.D. and the science of self-improvement (Yoga)?

  • Opher March 7, 2016

    Superb piece of writing! Great to expose all those myths.

  • Opher March 7, 2016

    Reblogged this on Opher's World and commented:
    I found this a brilliant and interesting article. Enjoy.

  • Richard Senior March 8, 2016

    Interesting post. A few things I didn’t know

  • calensariel March 8, 2016

    Very cool post!

  • Mark April 23, 2016

    Glad to have found your blog. Interesting read!

  • Anonymous April 29, 2016

    wonder full story..

  • MarkChandler (@Markchandler604) May 26, 2016

    Great read – thanks for sharing!

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    Reblogged this on San Diego with RealtorPeg.

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