The pyramids of Egypt have elicited much concern in the world as to how and when they were build and for what purpose. Calvert in his article gives details of the account leading to the construction of the…
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One of those theories argues that they were build with terrestrial impetus power. However, it is important to say that the work of building the pyramids followed a period of research and experiments which resulted to the successful construction of the royal mortuary, the pyramids (Calvert).
Egypt has three major pyramids, the Pyramid of Khafre, the pyramid of Khufu and the Pyramid of Menkaure was representing three different generations (Calvert). The pyramids were a resting consign of the pharaoh and comprised of a temple and other important artifacts of the Pharaoh. Moreover, on the periphery of the pyramids were other small rectangular which belonged to the queens. The information the author is explaining aim to educate his audience about the Great Pyramids of Gaza (Calvert).
The author focuses on an undisclosed audience in need of information regarding one of the Wonders of the world. The pyramids have an important history in the journey of Israelite from Egypt to their present land in the Middle East. The Israelite has been in slavery in Egypt for many years, and Christian has attachment to the history of ancient Egypt. In writing the article, the author wants his audience to know the reason behind the construction of the pyramids. He says that the pyramids were constructed as a mortuary complex of the rulers of Egypt in a thousand years, in ancient Egypt. Furthermore, Calvert intends to expound on the science behind the pyramids constructions. He says that they were constructed by an army of craftsmen’s and supplemented by 2000 seasonal peasant’s workmen. The craftsmen were grouped into 200 men and further separated into a cluster of 20 men (Calvert). Calvert says that evidence of towns near the pyramid confirms that a lot of people were used to move stone block from the quarry to the construction site.
The article by Calvert Amy comprises an academic writing. It is written
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Topic: Research theories on how the Pyramids at Giza were built ; compare and choose 1 to support Introduction - The Mystery of the Pyramids of Giza The pyramids at Giza in Egypt are one of the most renowned wonders of the world which has mesmerized people all around the globe, since its discovery.
Archeology: Building of the Egyptian Pyramids. The Egyptian pyramids are massive structures anciently build in various locations across Egypt. The pyramid-shaped masonry constructions were built to host the kings (Pharoahs) and their consorts when they died (Lehner 41).
Historians wrote that Egyptians had these beliefs that if the Pharaoh would live forever if their bodies are mummified (Hoffman, 2012). Under this pyramid cones are Pharaoh’s or its queen’s remains and his belongings that are preserved by the dry desert heat from decomposition.
However, many of the pyramids were constructed in the period known as the old kingdom of Egypt. This is a period during the third millennium BC (Levy, 2005). Having said this, it is very clear that though the dates could have high discrepancies, what are of more importance would be the structural, function and the social history of these great constructions.
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