The pre-historic Grave of Prince Nefer-Ti-Ru, one of the many sons of Khufu (Cheops)
is buried at Kariong in the Underground section of the Grave. It is about six meters down, below a halfchamber or side chamber hewn into the East wall of the site. The Grave of Nefer-Ti-Ru was build for him by the Commander of the Nefer-Djeseb Expedition, which sailed with two ships along the East Coast of Africa, made the first Landfall at Shark Bay, then proceeded along the Coast to somewhere near Port Lincoln, possibly Kangaroo Island to set up their Base Camp.
Nefer-Djeseb hen sailed along the Coast toward Gosford. His ship got wrecked and he was forced to bury his brother, at what is now the Kariong Hieroglyphic Site. The second ship was also wrecked, hence this site is also the first Signal- or Lighthouse in Australia.
The grave was build like a Cardboard House, starting some 70 cm. below the present surface. The roof of the Grave consist of closely fitting local Sandstone blocks, below which is an airshaft build from sandstone plates one foot thick. Access to this is either through the exit of the door to Eternity, hidden by a man made Rockfall or the exit from the half chamber, some two meters below. The Glypth is known as "GES" or is translated as side or half. But side or half of what? Hence only the person who took the pictures can answer the question with certainty. It is in fact a side chamber and a half chamber two meters underground.
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Dr. Hans-Dieter von Senff
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