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The pyramids are historically important buildings, due to their intricate design, in addition to the hieroglyphic writings and distinctive antiquities. The pyramids in Egypt have about 138 pyramids, all built for the same purpose
He buried the kings of the Pharaohs all built on the western side of the Nile
The pyramid of Khufu in Giza is the largest of the Egyptian pyramids, and it is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Zoser pyramid, located in Saqqara, is considered to be the oldest Egyptian pyramid. It was built in the 27th century BC

How the pyramids of Egypt were built
For example, the pyramid of Khufu the Great was built over a 23-year period and needed to be built between 20,000 and 30,000 men, It was believed that the slaves were working in the construction of the pyramids, but a study by Professor Donald Redford, a professor of ancient Mediterranean studies, mentioned the dispute was prevalent about who worked in the construction of the pyramids, it was mentioned that the peasants are working in the construction of the pyramids, This was in exchange for some incentives, such as food, Clothing for free, as well as tax exemption

Limestone is considered to be the foundation of pyramids, in addition to other materials, such as granite used in the construction of internal walls and basalt used in the floors. The workers used various tools to break stones, such as stone, granite hammers, and brass chisels. They were transported to construction sites by boats in the Nile. They were towed and moved to the building site by a charred pillar. This was confirmed by one of the sculptures in an ancient cemetery. It showed the embodiment of a group of men (173 men)
They lifted it up with brick stairs covered with hardened wax



The way in which the pyramids were built is a secret that many scientists and researchers have tried to uncover through drawings and murals discovered during excavations and excavations in the pyramids. Many researchers believe that this mystery appeared in one of the frescoes found In the tomb of Djehutihotep, where a man shows water pouring in front of the latch on the sand, illustrating the trick that the ancient Egyptians used to transport heavy stones to build the pyramids. The Pharaohs in building the pyramids, which were represented by pouring water on the sand; to facilitate the transfer of stones on the latch, and dragged by slaves

The pyramids of Giza The three pyramids of Giza were built between about 2575 and 2465 BC, in the fourth Dynasty, in the western Nile region of northern Egypt, on a rocky plateau near Giza. The three pyramids returned to a world heritage site in 1979. (The United Nations Organization for Science, Education, and Culture), where the pyramid of Khufu is the oldest of these three pyramids and is named after the second ruler of the fourth family (Khufu), also called the Great Pyramid; original height is 147 meters, From the base Approx. 230 meters

The pyramid was built from the pyramids of Giza to King Khafra; the fourth king from the fourth family, named after him. It is 216 m from the base. Its original height reaches 143 m. The third pyramid is the southern pyramid built by Menkaure, the fifth king of the fourth family
Where the height of the original 66 m, and its length, to 109 meters from the base, it is worth mentioning that these three pyramids were stolen from inside and outside, in ancient times, the Middle Ages


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