Who Actually Built The Great Pyramid Of Ancient Egypt?



The Great Pyramid of Giza is believed to have been built as a tomb through the course of 10 to 20 years ending in 2650 B.C


The mystery of how the Great Pyramid of Giza was built had eluded modern archeologists for thousands of years, until a recent finding nearby  from where the monumental pyramid is located revealed a different scenario from the one previously known.

Numerous of Archaeologist have not been  able to comprehend some of the number of mystery surrounding the architectural structure of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Many believed the construction of the pyramids were done by supernatural beings who came down from out of space.

But to say so would mean to undermine the genius and craftsmanship of  individuals  who probably endured the heat of the scorching sun in which they labored under day and night in order to built this iconic monument.


While there are several controversial hypothesis  concerning the founding technic in construction of the pyramid, newly found evidence  discovered in recent years at close proximity to workers’ camps connected with construction at Giza  in fact reveals  how thousands of dedicated skilled workers built the “Great Pyramid”.

Several markings found inside a hidden quarters, gave credit to workers responsible for construction on the pyramid as well as some information with relations to an ancient Egyptian   Pharaoh Khufu, whose name is a tribute to the earth diety Khnum.

Little is known with regards to Khufu ruled through the initial years of the  Old Kingdom.

Egyptologists believed the Pyramid was built as a tomb through the course of 10 to 20 years, concluding in 2650 BC.

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Copper working tools from the Pyramid of Giza were found and displayed in a Museum.

Findings revealed that labore was split between two groups of 100,000 men, broken down into five clan of 20,000 individuals each. The stones which weighed 25 to 80 tonnes were brought up or down the Nile River from Aswan 500 miles away.

By hammering wooden wedges into the stone blocks and then soaking them in water, skilled Egyptians were then able to shape the stones. The absorption of the water into the wedges causes it to expand, cracking the rock.

According to records every block of stone was cut and shaped with such precision that it appears to have been done with building equipment still not known to mankind.


The Great Pyramid of Giza was the tallest man-made infrastructure for 3,000 years.

The Great Pyramid of Giza has an estimated weight of six million tons . It sits on 30 acres of land and has a height of nearly 500 feet. Close to 2.5 million individual blocks of stones were use to assemble this massive artifact known as the Pyramid of Khufu.

In addition, approximately 5.4 million tonnes of limestone, 8,000 tonnes of granite, and nearly 500,000 tonnes of mortar were utilized in order to built the Great Pyramid.

According to Egyptologists the Great Pyramid of Giza is


Casing stone displayed at the British Museum

Amazingly, whoever built the Great Pyramid were incredibly crafted mens. The precision with how each individual stone were cut in order to assemble such a great monument entails the advancement in architectural design and craftsmanship from ages ago when the only mechanical equipment consisted of strong lumber and rope.

In fact the Ancient Egyptian monument is so precisely built that when measuring and multiplying the height and the perimeter correctly we get the dimensions of planet earth, which is turns to be 40,080km.

The ancient infrastructure remains the oldest and whole of The Seven Wonders of The Ancient World followed by Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Temple of Artemis, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Colossus of Rhodes, and finally the Lighthouse of Alexandria.