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Origins of the Sphinx
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Acknowledgments

Preface
Robert M. Schoch

ONE
The Great Paradox
Robert Bauval

TWO
The Sands of Time
Robert M. Schoch

THREE
Khafre: To Be or Not To Be?
Robert Bauval

FOUR
A Case of Mistaken Identity?
Robert Bauval

FIVE
Horus Who Dwells in the Horizon
Robert Bauval

SIX
The Place Where the Gods Are Born
Robert Bauval

SEVEN
The Writing on the Wall
Robert M. Schoch

Epilogue
Robert M. Schoch

Appendix 1
The "Paradigm Police" and the Upside-Down Worldview of an Authoritative "Expert"
Robert Bauval

Appendix 2
The Orion Correlation Theory: Can It Be Falsified?
Robert Bauval

Appendix 3
The Ancient Egyptians and the Zodiacal Constellation of Leo
Robert Bauval

Appendix 4
The Sacred Mounds of the Memphite Region
Robert Bauval

Appendix 5
Text of the Dream Stela
Translation by J. H. Breasted, 1906

Appendix 6
Redating the Great Sphinx of Giza: The Original 1992 Paper
Robert M. Schoch

Appendix 7
Geological Evidence Pertaining to the Age of the Great Sphinx, Including Replies to the Critics
Robert M. Schoch

Appendix 8
Was the Great Sphinx Surrounded by a Moat? Was the Sphinx Originally Anubis?
Robert M. Schoch

Appendix 9
Controversies concerning the End of the Last Ice Age
Robert M. Schoch

Bibliography

About the Authors

Index

About the Author

Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., a tenured faculty member at Boston University, earned his doctorate in geology and geophysics at Yale University. Known for his research on the Sphinx, he is the author of several books, including Forgotten Civilization. Egyptian-born Robert Bauval began studying Egyptology in 1983. The author of numerous books, including The Orion Mystery and Black Genesis, he lives in Torremolinos, Spain.

Reviews

"For a quarter-century, Schoch's analysis of weathering at Giza and Bauval's archaeoastronomic discoveries have challenged the consensus on prehistory, not merely of Egypt but of the world. This book expertly summarizes their case and its triumphant vindication in the 12,000-year-old sanctuary of Goebekli Tepe. The question is no longer whether they are right but where archaeology should go from here." * Joscelyn Godwin, author ofAtlantis and the Cycles of Time *
"Schoch and Bauval present a well-written, well-argued and well-illustrated (including 16 colour plates) thesis which deserves serious consideration." * Fortean Times *

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