HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE
: Pyramids, Giza, 4th Dynasty, 2545-2450 B.C. ; Giza, Egypt.
The north side of the Pyramid of Cheops.
- The remarkable characteristic of the Pyramid Cheops is its strictness of the geometorical measurement and construction.
Each face is exactry direct the four cardinal points. The differences of the length of four base sides are 111mm maximum and 7mm minimum. The maxmum difference of the level of base is only 21mm.
The corridor in the Pyramid of Cheops. The height is more than 8m.
Photo: Shoji Hiramatsu
: [No.2]Pyramid of Chephren
: [No.3]Pyramid of Cheops
: [No.5]Valley Temple of King Chephren
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