How the Great Pyramids Were Built? | Myth of the Pyramids

The pyramids of Egypt are one of the Seven Wonders of the World. They have been used as tombs for kings and queens. The Pyramid of Khufu, located west of Giza, is the largest among them. It is a tourist attraction like no other.

How the Pyramids were Built 

In this article, we will show you how Giza Pyramids were built.

The ancient Egyptians used a large number of manpower in the construction of the pyramids and participated in the construction of the Pyramid of Cheops which dates back to the 4th dynasty during the old kingdom of ancient Egypt history and was located in Giza between 20,000 to 30,000 men, which lasted about 23 years, It should be noted that it was not the slaves who participated in its construction, but those who participated in its construction are free,

they were exempted from paying taxes, in addition to giving them clothes, housing, and free food, they were given all that in recognition of their efforts, and to encourage them to continue their work without interruption. The workers used a variety of tools to cut the blocks used in the construction of the pyramids, including granite hammers, and copper chisels. Building through the sand with the help of large wooden sleds, they are pulled over the wet sand, which reduces the dragging force by half.

Egypt Pyramids

The pyramid builders built mud-brick ladders and then covered them with wax chips to harden their surface, so that they could pull the stones up until they reached their exact place in the pyramid, and then repeated those steps each time they climb up.

We could evidently prove this method as a reason by seeing this kind of ramp at the top of the first pylon at Karnak Temple, visited during Luxor day tours and Aswan day tours and an unfinished pyramid dates back to the old kingdom of Egypt History. reign of Djedefre.


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