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Once his troops have access, the city's gates are barred from within so that no one may escape, and the Christian population is massacred. The eminent religious scholar Abu-Hasan al-Yusi (d. 1691) denounced Isma'il's repression in a letter. The peoples around the Mediterranean, therefore, are closer to the other cultures around it than to those south of the Sahara. The most famous of the structures at Giza, near Cairo, the Pyramid of King Cheops was built around 2650 BC from 2.5 million blocks of limestone.

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Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions (March 15, 2011)

ISBN: 1241168199

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