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Article:Ancient Egyptian units of measurement
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Units of length date back to at least the [[Early Dynastic Period of Egypt|early dynastic period]]. In the [[Palermo stone]], for instance, the level of the [[Nile]] river is recorded. During the reign of [[Pharaoh]] [[Djer]] the height of the river Nile was given as measuring 6 cubits and 1 palm. This is equivalent to approximately 320&nbsp;cm (roughly 10 feet 6&nbsp;inches).<ref name="MC"/>
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Units of length date back to at least the [[Early Dynastic Period of Egypt|early dynastic period]]. In the [[Palermo stone]], for instance, the level of the [[Nile]] river is recorded. During the reign of [[Pharaoh]] [[Djer]] the height of the river Nile was given as measuring 6 cubits and 1 palm. This is equivalent to approximately 320&nbsp;cm (ropoop
   
 
A [[Third dynasty of Egypt|third dynasty]] diagram shows how to construct an elliptical vault using simple measures along an arc. The [[ostracon]] depicting this diagram was found in the area of the [[Step Pyramid]] in [[Saqqara]]. A curve is divided into five sections and the height of the curve is given in cubits, palms and fingers in each of the sections.<ref name="CR"/>
 
A [[Third dynasty of Egypt|third dynasty]] diagram shows how to construct an elliptical vault using simple measures along an arc. The [[ostracon]] depicting this diagram was found in the area of the [[Step Pyramid]] in [[Saqqara]]. A curve is divided into five sections and the height of the curve is given in cubits, palms and fingers in each of the sections.<ref name="CR"/>
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