01 The great pyramid base
Consistent with Houdin, the great pyramid’s base was built the usage an external ramp till the base reached a height of about 60 metres. Employees then slowly broke down the external ramp and used its blocks to build the rest of the great Egyptian pyramid.
02 Beginning the internal ramp
As employees persisted building the rest of the great Egyptian pyramid, in addition they built and used an inner ramp to haul the heavy blocks. This allowed them to construct the pyramid from the inside out.
03 Completing the pyramid
After the center of the great Egyptian pyramid became completed, employees filled inside the corners that had formerly held cranes. Egyptologist Bob Brier located one area at the pyramid’s exterior that can be evidence of this type of corners.
04 A smooth surface
Layout of the Egyptian Pyramid of Khufu
The Great Pyramid has each ascending and descending chambers
01 The King’s chamber
This is the primary chamber of the great pyramid. Not like later pyramid chambers, its walls are blank. A granite sarcophagus sits interior, however no lid has ever been discovered.
02 The Queen’s chamber
The name of this chamber is a misnomer. Many Egyptologists consider that it was initially constructed for King Khufu. But, as he became still alive when the chamber was completed, it became abandoned.
03 Unfinished subterranean chamber
This chamber lies underneath ground level. It could were constructed in case King Khufu died early, however he might have also actually changed his thoughts about in which one he wanted to be buried.
04 Relieving chambers
Houdin believes that those chambers have been constructed to relieve weight on the King Khufu’s Chamber. Others have thought that they had been for ventilation or to permit King Khufu’s soul to rise to heaven.
05 The grand gallery
This lengthy, tight room slants upwards. It has a cor belled ceiling and benches along its sides, with slits reduce into every bench. Egyptologists aren’t quite certain about its usefulness.
06 The entrance of the great Egyptian pyramid
The entrance wasn’t created till 820 CE by the order of Caliph Al-Ma’mum, who tunneled into the Egyptian pyramid so they may look for treasure. The original entrance became sealed after the pyramid’s finishing touch.