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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Ancient Egyptians 118 pyramids built in different places in Egypt

The Ancient Egyptians buried their nobility in the pyramids with burial goods that ranged from everyday objects to the most expensive items such as jewelry. They believed the dead would use it in the afterlife.In Egypt there is about 118 pyramids built by ancient Egyptians in different places in Egypt but most of them built in Giza


Pyramids of Giza and the sphinx , There are three pyramids guarded by the sphinx , ancients believe in the after life , inside each each pyramid of the three pyramids(Khufu , khafre  & Mankura) there is many rooms & the royal room where the kings will live there afterlife , Tomb art includes depictions of ancient farmers working their fields and tending livestock, fishing and fowling, carpentry, costumes, religious rituals, and burial practices.


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Giza Pyramids
80
Entry to inside the Great Pyramid
200
Entry to inside the 2nd or the 3rd Pyramid
40

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pyramids of dahshur which count 7 pyramids two of them was built by pharaoh snefru the father of king Khufu builder of the great pyramid at Giza the first one is the red pyramid known as north pyramid , this pyramid built after the bent pyramid (the southern shining pyramid )the one built by sneferu but probably it was the first true pyramid , the other five pyramids in the same region in dahshur are Pyramid of Sesostris III ,White Pyramid of Amenemhat II ,Fourth dynasty mastabas,Black Pyramid of Amenemhat III ,Fourth dynasty tombs, a very precious collection of jewels and gold were found, and now they are in display in many museums, all over the world, especially the collection that belonged to some of the Princesses of the XII Dynasty.
Many tombs have been discovered in the area of the Pyramids, but were either in very bad condition, or not even completed.
Abu Rawash (also known as Abu Roach, Abu Roash), 8 km to the North of Giza ,is the site of Egypt's most northerly pyramid, Also known as the lost pyramid — the mostly ruined Pyramid of Djedefre, the son and successor of Khufu. Originally, it was thought that this pyramid had never been completed.


The seven pyramid & snefru temple located in a short distance from sakkara the second most known pyramid after giza pyramids & the sphinx ,the step pyramid built by king djoser ,designed by the architecture Imhotep, who may have been a son of Djoser, is credited with the invention of building in dressed stone and the design and construction of the Step Pyramid complex. He was deified as a god of wisdom in the Ptolemaic Period and worshipped as Asklepios, god of medicine, by the Greeks. Netjerikhet name is directly linked to his predecessor Khasekhemy because mud sealings bearing his name were found in 1996 in Khasekhemy’s Abydos tomb.The complex consists of the Step Pyramid, the House of the North, the House of the South, the Serdab, the Heb Sed Court, the South Tomb, Temple T,tomb of beth-hotep ,


The Pyramid of King Titi ,The tomb of Mereruka and the tomb of Kagemni and the Northern Mortuary Temple. All of these, with the surrounding wall, made up a complex the size of a city in ancient Egypt. Djoser's complex.
There are a total of 14 pyramids at Abusir, which served as the main royal necropolis during the Fifth dynasty. The quality of construction of the Abusir pyramids is inferior to those of the Fourth Dynasty; perhaps signalling a decrease in royal power or a less vibrant economy. They are smaller than their predecessors, and are built of low quality local stone. Three of them are the most important built by the pharaohs Neferirkare , Sahure & Neferefre
Layer pyramid , Near Cairo about halfway between Giza and Abusir is the village of Zawiyet el-Aryan on the banks of the Nile. Just west of the village is a necropolis on a slightly elevated area just on the edge of the desert. This location is about 7 km (4 miles) north of Saqqara. It is a small, relatively unknown pyramid field containing only two unfinished pyramids and nothing at all else. The most advanced, older of these two pyramids is called the Layer Pyramid by Egyptology and Haram el-Meduwara, or the "Round Pyramid", by locals. The other pyramid is simply referred to as the "Unfinished Pyramid of Zawiyet el-Aryan".


Rosetta Stone
As with many of the monuments of Egypt, visitors and thieves explored the pyramid complex for centuries after it was abandoned but no systematic exploration was undertaken until Napoleon's Egypt campaign 1798-1801 CE. Napoleon brought a team of scholars and scientists along with his army who explored, examined, recorded, and studied the monuments of ancient Egyptian culture , that was a good beginning by discovering the Rosetta Stone in 1799 CE, the trilingual inscription stele which enabled French scholar Jean-Francois Champollion (1790-1832 CE) to decipher the Egyptian hieroglyphs and open up the history of ancient Egypt for the world.




Pharaohs of Egypt
Djedefre
Djedefre was a notable Pharaoh of Egypt, who belonged to the Fourth Dynasty
Djedkare
The reign of Djedkare, the eighth ruler of 5th dynasty in Egypt
Djoser
Djoser was an ancient Egyptian King, who is known to belong to the Third Dynasty
Huni
Huni is known to be an Egyptian Pharaoh, who is believed to be the last king
Intef I
It’s a matter of debate whether Intef I laid the foundation of the Eleventh Dynasty
Intef II
Intef II came to the throne after his brother Intef I. He was the King of Eleventh Dynasty
Intef III
Intef III was the fourth pharaoh of the Eleventh Dynasty of Ancient Egypt
Khaba
Khaba was an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, who by birth belonged to the Third Dynasty
Khafre
Khafre was an Egyptian king, from the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom
Khufu
Khufu was one of the most renowned Pharaohs of ancient Egypt
Menkauhor
Menkauhor was the least known pharaoh kings of the 5th dynasty
Menkaure
Menkaure was the fifth king in the line of the Fourth Dynasty
Merenre I
Merenre I was the fourth ruler of the Sixth Dynasty of Old Kingdom
Merenre II
Merenre II is the penultimate Pharaoh of the Sixth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom
Neferefre
There are lots of opinions regarding the Pharaoh Neferefre, and his reign in Egypt
Neferirkare
Neferirkare Kakai had been proved as the third Pharaoh, in the line of kings of the Fifth Dynasty
Niuserre
It is estimated that Niuserre was a successful pharaoh
Pepi I
The contributions of King Pepi I in the growth and development of the Egyptian territory
Pepi II
After Merenre I death, the Sixth Dynasty in Old Kingdom was under the reign of Pepi II
Sahure
Sahure is known to be the second king of the Fifth Dynasty, of the Old Kingdom in ancient Egypt
Sanakht
It is known from the ancient Egyptian relics that Sanakht was a Pharaoh of Egypt
Sekhemkhet
Sekhemkhet was known to be a Pharaoh, who ruled ancient Egypt during the Third Dynasty
Shepseskaf
Shepseskaf was the last king of the Fourth Dynasty of the Egyptian Old Kingdom
Shepseskare
Shepseskare was known as Shepseskara in ancient Egyptian language
Sneferu
Sneferu is famous as the founder ruler of the Fourth Dynasty of Old Kingdom
Teti
There is a close resemblance of Teti and his predecessor Unas in many ways
Unas
Unas was the last ruler of the 5th dynasty, and he introduced several innovations
Userkaf
Userkaf was the ancient Egyptian ruler, who is known as the founder
Userkare
The second pharaoh king of the 6th dynasty was Userkare
Ahmose i
Among the many ancient pharaohs and rulers in Egypt
Amenhotep IV
Akhenaton often referred as Amenhotep I, is known to be a very famous pharaoh
Ay or Itnetjer
The 18th dynasty in the history of Egypt is known to have had many important
Horemheb Meryamun
Horemheb, the last king of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, is believed to have come
Mentuhotep II (Nebhetepre)
Mentuhotep II was a member of the royal family of Egypt
Merenptah Hetephermaat
Merenptah, is believed to have been the 13th son of Ramessses
Queen Henutsen
Queen Henutsen was an Egyptian queen who is the believed to have been the wife
Queen Mereneith
Queen Mereneith rose to throne after King Den during the middle of the first dynasty
Queen Nitocris
Queen Nitocris in Egypt was a pharaoh who ruled during the 6th dynasty
Ramesses I (Menphetyre)
Ramesses I Menphetyre is said to have been the first pharaoh
Smenkhare Ankhkheperure)
Smenkhare (Ankhkheperure) is said to have been the eleventh
Tao II (Seqenenre)
Tao II, known by the name of Seqenenre, which means who strikes like Re
Tutankhamun or Heqaiunushema
Tutankhamun or Heqaiunushema (Nebheperure) is known to be one of the most famous pharaohs

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