Who built the pyramids at Abu Sir?

Answer Egyptians of the fifth dynasty built the pyramids at the Abu Sir Necropolis in northern Egypt. The pyramids were built for the pharaohs Neferefre, Neferikare, Niuserre, Ptah-Cepses and Sahure. Of ... Read More »

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Who built the pyramids in Egypt?

Egyptians who lived in villages developed and overseen by the pharaoh's supervisors built the pyramids. Some of the builders were permanent employees of the pharaoh; others were taken from local vi... Read More »

Who built the pyramids in Meroe?

Heavily influenced by Egyptians, the people of the Kush built the smaller pyramids at Meroe. Though Meroe is located in present-day Sudan, the Egyptians lived throughout the Nile Valley at the time... Read More »

Who built the Giza pyramids?

The pyramids of Giza were built by Egyptian workers who lived in nearby villages created specifically for those working on the project. They were not slaves or foreigners. An estimated 20,000 to 30... Read More »

Who built the pyramids of Egypt?

The eight pyramids of Egypt were built between 2630 B.C. and 2250 B.C. The Pharoahs who built the pyramids were Djoser, Snefru, Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure and Pepi the second. Snefru was responsible f... Read More »