Q: How many Pharaohs can fit in one pyramid?

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Just the one and it will be the base of the pyramid.

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A pyramid need not have any square faces. It can have at most one.

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To store and preserve pharaohs when they die, they always put each one of the pharaohs in a certain pyramid

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Pyramids were constructed by ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians, Mayans, and Aztecs for various purposes such as tombs for Pharaohs and temples for religious practices. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the largest and most well-known pyramid in the world.

As it was built by Pharaoh Khufu as his tomb, it is presumed that it contained his body at one time. However as the pyramid was looted during the times of the pharaohs it cannot be certain.

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You are a pyramid!

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The Pyramid of Khufu also known as The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Pyramid of Cheops [his Greek name] The Pyramid of Khafre is also known as the centre pyramid. The Pyramid of Menkaure is the smallest one of these fascinating buildings. There were built by these pharaohs as their tombs. they were built right when they started in kingdom because it took a long time to finish, so by the time they died, they had a pyramid ready for him/her.

No mummy has ever been officially discovered in a Pyramid. There are separate buildings that house mummies and these are called mastabas. And the Pharaohs were buried mostly in special places like the valley of the kings which is in the Egyptian dessert. It is only a theory that the pyramids have anything to do with the afterlife or burial. We do not know what the Pyramids were built for.

Normally only 1 or 2 are built. However, some Pharaohs made 3 or more!

It depends upon the pyramid: if it is a right rectangular pyramid it will have one axis of rotational symmetry which runs from the apex to the centre of the base and a rotational symmetry of 2. If it is not a right rectangular pyramid then there is no axis of rotation which will permit the pyramid to fit on itself before a complete rotation of 360°

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