An Arabian proverb says that “Everything in the world is afraid of time, and time is afraid of pyramids”. The word “pyramid” derives from the Greek word “pyramis” which means “wheat cake”. This word was used to describe the ancient Egyptian buildings because they reminded the Greeks of pointy-topped wheat cakes. In addition, the ancient Egyptian word for the pyramids was “Mer”. The pyramids are the royal stone tombs and considered as the place of ascent for the spirit of the deceased of Egypt’s King-the Pharaohs. They are built during one of the richest and most powerful time of Egypt and are one of the world’s greatest historical mysteries. The Egypt pyramids have still retained much of their majesty for more than 4,000 years. Throughout the time, there have been many theories regarding the exact manner how the pyramids were built. During the third and fourth dynasties of the Old Kingdom, Kings held a tremendous unique position in Egyptian society. The Egyptian believed that if the kings’ body could be mummified after death, they would live forever. Ancient believed that when king died, part of his spirit remained with his body. It was the reason why pyramids were built to protect the buried kings with his belongings. The pyramids became the focus place of a cult of the Kings’ death.

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