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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sledges The use of sledges to move large building blocks and statues appears early in the history of Egypt, and examples have been found that may have been used for this purpose.&nbsp;They are made of sturdy wood, with two runners, the fronts of which curve upwards.&nbsp;They were pulled by human power, or by cattle, often along specially prepared surfaces&nbsp;to make the moving of large and heavy loads easier. These ‘‘roads’’ had wooden&nbsp;sleepers placed across the surface at close intervals, and sledges were pulled over&nbsp;these sleepers, friction being reduced by pouring water in front of the runners. The&nbsp;resultant mix of water and mud produced good lubrication. Examples of these special&nbsp;roads survive at many major building sites, and the method of lubrication is illustrated&nbsp;in tomb reliefs. Sledges are unlikely to have been a practical way of moving objects on&nbsp;loose sand or on rough or unprepared ground. One Middle Kingdom sledge was found&nbsp;at Dahshur,') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Sledges The use of sledges to move large building blocks and statues appears early in the history of Egypt, and examples have been found that may have been used for this purpose.&nbsp;They are made of sturdy wood, with two runners, the fronts of which curve upwards.&nbsp;They were pulled by human power, or by cattle, often along specially prepared surfaces&nbsp;to make the moving of large and heavy loads easier. These ‘‘roads’’ had wooden&nbsp;sleepers placed across the surface at close intervals, and sledges were pulled over&nbsp;these sleepers, friction being reduced by pouring water in front of the runners. The&nbsp;resultant mix of water and mud produced good lubrication. Examples of these special&nbsp;roads survive at many major building sites, and the method of lubrication is illustrated&nbsp;in tomb reliefs. Sledges are unlikely to have been a practical way of moving objects on&nbsp;loose sand or on rough or unprepared ground. One Middle Kingdom sledge was found&nbsp;at Dahshur,') AND id != 63832 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 14:13:07' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5