Archaeology & History
Pyramids built by leadership, not slavery
By T.K. Randall
May 13, 2011 · 15 comments
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Author Arthur Carmazzi contends that good leadership skills as oppose to slavery built the Pyramids.
For years the idea that the people who built the Pyramids of Egypt were slaves has been a part of many construction theories. "Various researches have already shown that the labourers were not slaves. It was more about getting work done through leadership skills, rather than by slavery and exploitation," Carmazzi has said.
It was the leadership skills of the rulers and not the bondage of slavery that motivated the labourers to toil hard in building the ancient Egyptian pyramids, claims a top leadership guru. Indonesia-based Arthur Carmazzi will soon come out with a book arguing how the leadership skills of the rulers of Egypt were responsible for building the giant structures regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Source: Zee News
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