Ancient Egypt : The World 's Great Civilizations

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Proverb 22:28 and 23:10, “Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set ... Remove not the old landmark; and enter not into the fields of the fatherless.” Back into the ancient Egypt , in order to divide the land and show who owned which part, those large stones were used as landmarks by most of peoples to divide the land. But regarding to the human nature, some of them were dishonest thieves, if the owner of the house was not present anymore, they would move the ancient landmark set by their ancestors. Ancient Egypt is one of the world’s great civilizations, the best known for its incredible monumental architecture typified by the pyramids, such as The Great Pyramid of Giza, tombs of pharaohs in the…show more content…
Most of the pyramids were clearly used as tombs in order to represent that is the gate of the Underworld . For example like The Great Pyramid of Giza (also called the Khufu 's Pyramid, Pyramid of Khufu, and Pyramid of Cheops), located at the the southwestern suburbs of Cairo area, the reason why I did a research about this due to the fact that it’s the most famous ancient Egyptian monuments, almost all the visitors and Western tourists would attached by that incredible structure after they been there. The three primary pyramids on the Giza plateau were built over the span of three generations by the rulers Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Each pyramid included a temple and a long stone causeway, most of them were nearly 1 kilometer in length leading east from plateau to the valley. “The Great Pyramid of Khufu is the oldest and sole remnant of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Over 2 million blocks of stone were used to construct the pyramid, during a 20 year period concluding around 2560 BC. The pyramid is an awe-inspiring 139 meters high making it the largest pyramid in Egypt, although nearby Khafre’ s Pyramid appears to be larger as it is build at a higher elevation.” “The Great Pyramid stands witness to the ability of Khufu to lead and coordinate his people. Khufu had several sons and his immediate successor was his son Djedefre. Curiously, Djedefre also chose to build his pyramid
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