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Written accounts of Egyptian engineering methods are scarce, and thus debate about how they built the Great Pyramid has continued for centuries.Many alternative, often contradictory, theories have been proposed regarding the pyramid's construction techniques.And yes, I believe they were around during the time of Atlantis. Building the Great Pyramid in 20 years—the commonly accepted time frame—would have required placing 1.1 blocks in their final resting place every two minutes, over a work schedule of 365 days a year, if the block-laying were continuous for 10 hours per day.The pyramid was constructed of cut and dressed blocks of limestone, basalt, or granite.The core was made mainly of rough blocks of low-quality limestone taken from a quarry at the south of Khufu’s Great Pyramid.Archaeology: Some archaeologists believe Egypt’s large pyramids are the work of the Old Kingdom which was in the Nile Valley after 3000 B. According to one archaeological theory, the three pyramids on the Giza plateau are structures of three kings of the fourth dynasty, 2575 to 2465 BCE. Schoch traveled to Egypt in 1990 with the purpose of examining the Great Sphinx from a geological perspective.Other archaeologists examined pottery that was buried within the tombs and beneath the sand. Schoch is a full-time faculty member at the College of General Studies at Boston University. According to standard Egyptological thinking, the Great Sphinx was carved from the limestone bedrock on the orders of the Old Kingdom Pharaoh Khafre around 2500 B. He assumed that the Egyptologists were correct in their dating of the pyramids, but soon discovered that the geological evidence was not compatible with what the Egyptologists found. Schoch found that the oldest portions of the Great Sphinx, which he called the core-body, must date back to an earlier period, 5000 to 9000 B. Non-science: The nonscientific methods of dating when the pyramids were built include stories from the Bible, psychic experiences, and mythology.
More buildings and complexes are being discovered by The Giza Mapping Project.
So far the three methods have not produced consistent matching results.
History: Their historical analysis tells us that the Egyptians built the Giza Pyramids in a span of 85 years between 25 BC.
Several hundred feet southwest of the Great Pyramid lies the slightly smaller Pyramid of Khafre, one of Khufu's successors who is also commonly considered the builder of the Great Sphinx, and several hundred feet further southwest is the Pyramid of Menkaure, Khafre's successor, which is about half as tall.
The estimated completion date of the Great Pyramid is around 2560 Khufu's vizier, Hemon, is credited as its architect.