noxii3101 t1_jdone83 wrote

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noxii3101 t1_jaxue1l wrote

It makes sense right? If they have the ability to create massive voids within the structure, why wouldn't the ancient engineers do that as much as possible to save weight and building materials.

Moreover, if Jean Pierre Houdin is correct, and the great hall is part of a lifting apparatus, it could be possible this same structure is repeated higher up to help lift blocks to the upper levels.