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In my report I will discuss how the pyramids were built what purpose they served the three pyramids at Giza some messages found on the stones that were used to build pyramids and what a mastabas is Pyramids are tombs built for Egypts pharaohs Pyramids are large structures with four sides that are the shape of a triangle that meet at the top to form a point The ancient Egyptians used the pyramids as tombs for the pharaohs and temples for their gods The pyramids have one or two little temples attached to them which holds their relatives and servants A few pyramids still stand today and are great attractions for tourists The pyramids were built by taking blocks of granite to the workshop measuring the blocks down to size shaping the blocks and placing the blocks into the body of the pyramid The core of the structure is now completed Then you place the limestone blocks on the top of the structure they started putting the blocks on top and then worked their way down They left two empty rooms to place the pharaoh and his belongings in They sealed the pyramids so well it took four hundred years for two robbers to figure out how to get in The pyramids were built by free citizens drafted for public work not by slaves of any sort The pyramids were built by four thousand expert stone sculptors all year round An extra work group of about ninety-five thousand men worked on the pyramids during the four month period of the inundation the time of enforced idleness for farmers since the field were covered with the Nile water flood The pyramids were built between the year 1600 BC and the year 2700 Many scholars believe that the reason why the pyramids were built in a triangular form is because it has a religious meaning to the Egyptians The slanting side might have reminded
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