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10 important points about the pyramids of Egypt

 The ten most important points about the pyramids of Egypt that tell us about the history of Egypt

Let us first clarify that the pyramids of Egypt were not built by space creatures. More than four and a half thousand years have passed since the construction of the first pyramid in Egypt and there are more than 100 pyramids in Egypt.

Each pyramid is a construction miracle. The largest of these is the Pyramid of Giza, built for Pharaoh Khufu or Khoops. The pyramid is 139 meters high and more than 2,030,000 pieces of stone have been used in its construction, each of which weighs several tons.

Great buildings ... It is not easy to believe that people could have built such durable buildings without technical equipment at that time, but they succeeded. British historian Greg Jenner has described interesting aspects of history and talked about this wonder of the world with Professor Sarah Park, an expert on ancient Egyptian history and space archeology, and the American Egyptian comedian Maria Shehta.

We are giving the result of their conversation here.

1. He was an intelligent mathematician

The construction of the pyramids was not just a burden of heavy stones. In ancient Egypt there were markers (people marking on wood or stone to determine the location of the cut) who calculated the number of pieces of stone to be taken to the place of the pyramids and also determined that There is no shield on the earth.

The Great Fear Pyramid, for example, has a fixed slope of 52 degrees on each side. The accuracy of the calculations used to build the pyramids shows that these people were intelligent and skilled mathematicians.

2. The construction of the pyramids was a great task

If anyone has found eternal life by building a pyramid, he is the first pyramid designer in Saqqara. In addition to being a skilled architect, he held a high position in Pharaoh's court and was also a priest and physician. The ancient Egyptians honored him so much that they later gave him the status of a deity.

Around 1960, moviegoers recreated his character in their own way and portrayed him as a villain in The Mummy, which intimidates James Fraser and Rachel Weiss.

3. The workers had strong and strong bodies

The builders of the pyramids raised these stones to build a strong body, but these men did not drink beverages or protein shakes.

The remains of ducks, sheep, pigs, and cows in the villages of the pyramid builders show that the pyramid builders used meat, bread, and beer to the fullest.

The graveyard of these employees shows the same thing because there were accidents during this work but thanks to amazing medical care many wounds were not fatal and people's broken bones were also treated.

4. The workers were team workers

Archaeological excavations in the ancient village were carried out by skilled pyramid laborers, indicating that the slaves were not allegedly used to build the pyramids, but rather that they were skilled laborers who made good money from their work. Also of

When the group of pyramid workers called themselves "Friends of Fear", it seemed that they had no problem with their work environment and no news of exploitation.

The rock carvings and lithographs left by these groups show a sense of pride, solidarity, and healthy competition with other pyramid-building groups.

5. The pyramids were near the water

Today, the pyramids of Giza are located between the sand dunes, but when they were built, they were placed in such a way that their image reflected on the waters of the Nile River, which was nearby at the time.

The ancient Egyptians built canals in the Nile, which led to large boulders near the site of the pyramids.

6. Sometimes a pyramid was not enough for the pharaohs of ancient Egypt

The pyramids were a collection of different pyramids, including the smaller pyramids as well as the paths and temples offered by Pharaoh's priests.

7. The ancient Egyptians were mortal

Forcing thousands of people to build graves for just one person over decades seems like a waste of time and energy, but it wasn't just the kings and pharaohs who lived their lives after death.

The pyramids of Giza are surrounded by hundreds of other pyramids that belong to the important people of ancient Egypt.

At the same time, the workers did not like such a lavish and painful burial. He only hoped that he would receive his worldly rewards immediately after the construction of the pyramids of the Holy Cemetery for Pharaoh.

8. He was fascinated by treasures and treasures

The pharaohs of ancient Egypt did not want to travel the afterlife empty-handed, but the pyramids were not a safe place to bury treasures.

As in some cases, the tombs were looted until they were almost gone. When modern archaeologists arrived at the pyramids, most of the pyramid pavilions were empty.

Fortunately, some of the ancient Egyptian looters wrote a list and description of the property and treasures they stole. Now it's Lara Croft's turn to take action! (The main character of the tomb attacking video games)

9. The pyramids are notorious for their intricate and mysterious security and safety

Archaeologists have not found any axes, snake pits, or even ordinary nets in the pyramids of Egypt.

All precautionary measures against tomb theft, such as placing large stones in front of the pyramid entrances (while Indiana Jones takes a deep breath) were useless.

And as far as the Egyptian pyramids are concerned, things are very unlikely to have a warning along the way: such as "no entry (you can't enter) or if I were you, I wouldn't do it."

10 The pyramids of Egypt still haunt archaeologists

There is still much about the pyramids of Egypt and their builders that archaeologists do not know.

For example, there are gaps in these large tombs that archaeologists are still debating how they were built.



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