Royal Cubit

Royal Cubit

An ancient Egyptian unit of length approximately equivalent to 52.5 centimeters.
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The royal cubit, which is the ancient Egyptian unit of measurement used in the construction of the pyramid, was between 52.
87cm, calculated by dividing the number of fingers, 28 in a royal cubit, into its metric length of 52.
All nine are proportional to the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Giza and scaled using the royal cubit.