The Pyramid of Unas is a smooth-sided pyramid built in the 24th century BC for the Egyptian pharaoh Unas, the ninth and last king of the Fifth Dynasty.
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Who is king Unas?
Unas is an ancient Egyptian pharaoh and the last ruler of the Fifth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom. His reign is dated between 2375 BC and 2345 BC Unas is believed to have two queen wives, Neptune and Khinute, based on their burials near his tomb.
His birth: He was born in the 24th century BC Unas pyramid: The pyramid of Unas is located in the pyramids of Saqqara, and it is the pyramid built by Unas, the last king of the Fifth Dynasty, and was known as the time as the beautiful places of Unas, but now it is ruined and looks like a small mass, not like a royal pyramid. The texts covering the walls of the burial chambers inside the pyramid were the first discovery of pyramid texts.
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pyramid of Unas facts
In the same burial room, the remains of a mummy were found, including the skull, the right arm, and the leg, but it is not known if these remains belong to Unas or not. To the northeast of the pyramid, there is a terrace that contains the tombs of the king's consort.
It is believed that in the inscriptions of the pyramid of Unas inside the burial room, there are some writings in a Semitic dialect, written in ancient Egyptian letters, which is the oldest evidence of the existence of a written Semitic language Saqqara village is one of the villages of the Badrashin Center in Giza
Governorate in the Arab Republic of Egypt.
According to 2006 statistics, the total population of Saqqara was 32,112, of whom 16,481 were men and 15,631 were women.
Saqqara contains ancient Egyptian royal tombs of the dynasties that ruled ancient Egypt from the capital, Memphis. It also contains a number of pyramids, including the step pyramid of Djoser, which dates back to the era of the Third Egyptian Dynasty, and is the oldest historically known completed stone building, in addition to a number of archaeological masts.
Sixteen other Egyptian monarchs built pyramids at Saqqara, in addition to some funerary monuments built by some high-ranking officials in ancient Egypt, and the area extending from the pyramids of Giza to Dahshur through Saqqara was classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 AD.
Una's death and the burial place:
He died in 2350 BC