The Nile water-level gauges
Value; to assess or estimate the worth, merit, or its desirability.
The Nile water-level gauge is where all of the Nile Rivers met, let me set the scene, the Arabs (Muslims) defeat the Greeks and take Kemet/Khemt/KhamI (Egypt) away from the Greeks, what the Arabs (Muslims) do is write down everything that the Greeks and Romans self-taught themselves, then destroyed all the Greeks and Romans history, I mean destroyed it like they recently did in Iraq (Sumerian), they are not to be singled out, while they destroy, others steal, buy, what’s not theirs, the history belongs to us all.
When the Arabs (Muslims) come in 1000AD, they change quite a bit which is evident today, the Nile water-level gauge consists of a large pit (or stilling well) that extends below the level of the Nile, the stilling well is connected to the Nile by three tunnels (each at different elevations) on the structure's eastern side, there are 45 steps leading down to the bottom of the stilling well, the steps allowed for a quick reading of the Nile River's water level, (Nilometer) this is a sophisticated instrument.
This construction is one of two surviving “Nilometers” along the Nile River that were sited to judge the rise of Nile River, was used by the ancient Tama-Re to regulate, calculate the distribution of water; the level of the annual flood; an ideal flood filled the gauge to a certain mark, less could mean drought and more could mean a catastrophic flooding.
One of these water gauges is in Nehisi which translates “Nubian” (Aswan area) the other is modern day Cairo.
The Nile water-level gauge was used to measure the amount of its “worth” the ancient people were taught the Niles value, its life giving forces.
Today the gauge serves as taxable revenue, for the Arabs (Muslims) at certain levels the tax will vary.
Value; an amount, esp. a material or monetary one
The Arabs (Muslims) built the enclosure in Cairo, from the top down is Arabic designs, the gauge was not enclosed, Arabic words now decorate the tama-re history, engineering.
Mathematics, precision engineering are the real truths about this gauge, the architecture was used from then on in by the Romans, and so on+ all taken from the source, this setup gave birth to modern day water measurement structures, with its stilling well, connection(s) to the river, the gauge- a modern and ancient scales, another remarkable reminder of Tama-Re (Egypt's) illustrious past, take the time to look at these images, you’ll see some architecture that required diamond headed drills, granite cuts, laser precision, look at the advanced level indicators.
Note; the column in the middle of the Cairo water gauge is Greek, the roof is Arab (Muslim) the authors are Tama-Re, the history (is for all)