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Pyramids and Temples of Ancient Egypt: general overview 
Ancient Egypt pyramids and temples
Ancient Egypt tombs Ancient Egypt, Pharaonic Egypt, pharaohs, tombs, mastabas, religion
Archimedia: architecture in ancient Near East buildings from Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia
Egypt pyramid index
Egyptian architecture
Egyptian royal tombs of the new kingdom although the royal tombs of Valley of the Kings are fascinating and numinous objects, it is rare to find any explanation of their structure
Pyramids: the inside story learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built
Royal & private tombs
Royal tombs of the new kingdom
Seven wonders of the ancient world
The pyramids of Egypte in this site you will know more about the site, the kings and the borders of the pyramids, and you will know the reasons for building the pyramids, and the supernatural mysteries of the pyramids
Valley of the kings the valley of the Kings in Upper Egypt contains many of the tombs of pharaohs from the New Kingdom, including Tutankhamun and Ramesses the Great
Valley of the kings Theban mapping project
Valley of the Kings valley of the Kings near Luxor in the south of Egypt
Pyramids, temples and tombs of Egypt 
Abydos temple Abydos temple
Abu Sir: land of the forgotten pyramids pyramid of Sahure, pyramid of Neferirkare, pyramid of Niuserre
Buhen: the 12th dynasty incarnation, The fortress of Buhen
Chephren's pyramid Khafre (Chephren) was the son of Cheops, who succeeded his brother Dedefre to the throne, ...
Deep secrets the great pyramid of Giza
Djoser complex the step pyramid complex of Djoser (also spelled Zozer) was built during the third dynasty (ca. 2800 B.C.) in what is now Saqqara, Egypt
Djoser's step pyramid Djoser's step pyramid, the step pyramid of Netjerykht Djoser is in Saqqara, lower Egypt. It belongs to the third dynasty, was built after 2650 B.C., and was the first pyramid in the history of architecture
Egyptian royal tombs of the New Kingdom the royal tombs of Valley of the Kings
El Kab El Kab is perhaps most famous for its beautiful Tombs, but there are also a few Temple ruins in the area. This region was sacred to the goddess Nekhbet, "She of Nekhen", who was the Goddess of Upper Egypt, ...
Giza pyramids
Giza pyramids from space jpg file
Giza pyramids: the vanishing point the Giza complex incorporates a vanishing point in its design
Giza sphinx & pyramids
Gizeh Gizeh Sphinx et pyramide de Chéops - 4e dynastie - 2500 av. J.-C
Guardian's cyberjourney to Egypt
Guardian's Dashur Dahshur, Sneferu, Bent pyramid, red pyramid, black pyramid
Guardian's Giza visit the pyramids of Giza, the great pyramid, the pyramid of Khafre, the pyramid of Menkaure, the great Sphinx, the Giza plateau, a tip
Guardian Sfinx the Sphinx of Giza is a symbol that has represented the essence of Egypt for thousands of years
Great pyramid of Giza
Great pyramid of Giza
Huni's pyramid
Khufu's great pyramid it's 756 feet long on each side, 450 high and is composed of 2,300,000 blocks of stone, each averaging 2 1/2 tons in weight. Despite the makers' limited surveying tools no side is more than 8 inches different in length than another, and the whole structure is perfectly oriented to the points of the compass
Khufu's great pyramid building Khufu's great pyramid building animation
Neferchichi's tomb chihuahua pharaoh, mummification, tutankhamun, pharaoh, mythology, anubis, sphinx, pyramid, osiris, isis, canopic jar
Pyramid at Meidum five miles south of Saqqara stands the tower-like pyramid of Meidum, which scarcely resembles a typical pyramid at all
Pyramid of Merenre I
Pyramid of Cheops the upuaut project, explores the shafts of the pyramid of Cheops
Pyramid of Djedefre Djedefre, son of Khufu chose to build his pyramid at a different site from that of his father. If completed at all, the tomb was not as big as that of his father, though it may have had the steepest angle of any known pyramid
Pyramid of Menkaure
Qadash Kinahnu - Canaanite Phoenician temple Qadash Kinahnu, a Canaanite Phoenician Temple, a place to learn about and worship the ancient deities El, Baal, Asherah, Anat, and more
Saqqara online
Saqqara: home of the first known large stone pyramid
Senusert I's pyramid
Step pyramid complex of Djoser (Zozer) the Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser (also spelled Zozer) was built during the Third Dynasty (ca. 2800 B.C.) in what is now Saqqara, Egypt. Djoser's Step Pyramid is generally considered the first tomb in Egypt to be built entirely of stone
Sun temple of Niuserre
Temple of Abu Simbel
Temple of Abu Simbel
Temple of Deir el Bahari
Temple of Karnak temple of Karnak
Temple of Luxor
Temple of Philae Pictures of the Philae temple near Assuan, dedicated to the Egyptian goddess Isis. The temple has been dismantled and reassembled on the Aglika island, some 550 meters from its original location on Philae island
Temple of Ramesses II temple of Ramesses II
Temple of Rames II
Temple palace of Rameses III temple palace of Rameses III at Medinet Habu 1175 BC
The great pyramid the great pyramid is the only one of the seven wonders of the ancient world still standing. It is one of the oldest structures on the face of the earth and arguably the best built
Sphinx facts, schematics, tunnels, and chambers
Sphinx the Sphinx is one of the best known monuments of ancient Egyptian architecture. Unusual to the form of most Egyptian pyramid structures, it stands as a symbol of the strength of the ancient necropolis of Giza and as a homage to the strength of the King
Tombe de Ramsès en Français
Tomb of Harwa tomb from the 25th dynasty in Egypt
Tomb of Menna Menna was an Egyptian noble who lived in the 18th Dynasty either during the reign of Tuthmosis IV or that of his successor, Amenophis III
Tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep in 1964 in the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, Egyptian archaeologist Ahmed Moussa discovered a series of  tombs with rock-cut passages in the escarpment facing the causeway that lead to the pyramid of Unas
Tomb of Senneferi the tomb of Senneferi is one of the 'Tombs of the Nobles' on the west bank at Luxor in Egypt
Tomb of Tutankhamen
Tomb of Tuthmosis I and Hatshepsut
Tombs of the pyramid builders at Giza
Tombs of the unknown workers (CNN)
Temple of Umm Ubaydah evidence
Pyramid topics 
3D Illustration of Giza and Saqqara
Analysis of the new shaft plug Found in Khufu's pyramid
Ancient Egyptian chambers explored one of the mysteries of Egypt's Great Pyramid deepened early last September when archaeologists penetrated a 4,500-year-old blocked shaft only to find another stone blocking their way
Construction of the pyramids
Piramide van Cheops is van beton
Pyramids: design and construction
The shaft, the subway and the causeway the evidence behind stories of tunnels in the Giza plateau
Update: third "door" found in great pyramid scientists exploring the Great Pyramid in Egypt sent a robot into the northern shaft in the past few days, discovering another blocking stone. The "door" appears to be identical to the one in the southern shaft that was already known

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