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Others, however, have suggested that it was done with more advanced equipment that is yet to be discovered.

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They insist that the primitive methods used by early modern and ancient Egyptian stone masons were not enough and that it must have been with more advanced equipment that the ancient Egyptians bored through solid granite.

They argue that this is evidence that the ancient Egyptians and other civilizations were much more technologically sophisticated than is currently believed.