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Pyramid Building Problems: Man-Power Organisation in the Pyramid Age

1. Haulage Data. Haulage on Permanent Ways. Erman, quoted by Petrie("Descriptive Sociology")states that "when blocks of moderate size had to be conveyed along comparitively good roads, oxen were harnessed into the sledge. However, ... men were employed for this heavy work." D. Davidson