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DWA CS 032 MINUS SEVEN WONDERS

The Tenth Doctor and Martha visit the Great Pyramid. (COMIC: Minus Seven Wonders)

The Great Pyramid of Giza, sometimes known as the Great Pyramid of Cheops or of Khufu, was a building of the Egyptian people, once considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It housed the tomb of the Pharaoh Khufu. (COMIC: Minus Seven Wonders)

At the time of its erection, its surroundings were the set of an engagement between the First Doctor, the Monk and the Daleks. At the "west angle of the Great Pyramid" there was the release of Steve and Sara, hostages of the Daleks, in exchange for the taranium core. (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan) The Sixth Doctor and Evelyn Smythe visited the Great Pyramid looking for signs of a Dalek in Earth's history. (PROSE: The Eighth Wonder of the World)

Napoléon Bonaparte visited the Great Pyramid in 1798. (PROSE: The Sands of Time)

When the Tenth Doctor brought Martha Jones to see it in 2375 BC, it was stolen by Pholonius Ginn, who intended on selling it to the highest bidder on G-Bay. It was finally returned — with the other six Wonders — by Trongus Squum, at the Doctor's request. (COMIC: Minus Seven Wonders)

Other timelines Edit

It was the place where the timey-wimey distress beacon was built by River Song in an alternate timeline where all of history occurred at once. The timeline came into being because she refused to kill the Eleventh Doctor. The King's Chamber was where they had Madame Kovarian tied up. River was married to the Doctor on the top of the pyramid and she kissed him — actually the Teselecta — reverting the timeline. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)

References Edit

Clara Oswald had a travel guide to the Great Pyramid of Giza in her collection. (TV: Dark Water)

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