WATCH: How were the pyramids built? - To this day we still know very little about how they were built, or even what they housed (robots only recently gave us the first glimpse into the Great Pyramid's secret chamber)
Who Built the Pyramids?
Who built the pyramids? Not slaves. Archeaologist Mark Lehner, digging deeper, discovers a city of privileged workers.
Egyptian archaeologists are hailing the discovery of a 4,400-year-old tomb near the pyramids near Cairo.Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Enany told reporters Saturday that the tomb was built for Hetpet, a priestess to Hathor, the goddess of fertility, who assisted women in childbirth, Ireland’s RTE rep
ancientart: The Ancient Egyptian Stela of Ahmose honouring Tetisheri. Limestone, Eighteenth Dynasty, New Kingdom. Found in the ruins of Tetisheri’s pyramid in the complex of Ahmose’s pyramid at Abydos. Currently located at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
It's one of the great mysteries of the ancient world. Baigong in the Qinghai Province of China is crowned by a strange pyramid-like structure, full of caves that contain perfectly symmetrical, time-eaten metal pipes. They're inserted deep.