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  1. African Architecture: Architecture of Africa, Great Zimbabwe, Egyptian pyramids, Great Mosque of Djenné, Nubian architecture
  2. Pyramids (Fast forward) by Henrietta McCall, 1999-11-30
  3. Egypt's Great Pyramid Of Knowledge by James J. Wood Sr., 2007-03-30
  4. FOURTH-DYNASTY ARCHITECTURE AND HISTORY: An entry from Gale's <i>Arts and Humanities Through the Eras</i>
  5. Pyramid (EXPERIENCE) by Peter Chrisp, 2006-08-21
  6. Pyramids by Joyce Filer, 2006-01-19
  7. ARCHITECTURE OF THE FIFTH AND SIXTH DYNASTIES: An entry from Gale's <i>Arts and Humanities Through the Eras</i>
  8. THE FIRST TRUE PYRAMIDS: An entry from Gale's <i>Arts and Humanities Through the Eras</i>
  9. The Impact of Mayan Architecture: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by Katherine Batchelor, 2001
  10. Medieval American Art Masterpieces of the New World Before Columbus Volume Two by Pal Kelemen, 1969
  11. On designing a fault-tolerant pyramid tree network architecture, a modular approach (Technical report) by Mohammad Mohsin, 1989
  13. ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION Building pyramids,log cabins,castles,igloos,bridge
  14. Pyramid (Encyclopædia Britannica. [Offprint]) by Ricardo Augusto Caminos, 1964

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  • Architecture in Ancient Near East - The University of Haifa Library presents a study of the construction of the pyramids of Egypt, in comparison with the ziggurats of Mesopotamia. Includes images, reconstructions and bibliography. Great Pyramid of Khufu - El Giza, Egypt - Great Buildings Online - Great Pyramid of Khufu by unknown architect, at El Giza, Egypt, -2600 to -2480, in the Great Buildings Online. How the Egyptians Built the Pyramids - Richard Koslowa suggests that Egyptians could have lifted heavy stones to build the pyramids by the use of counter-weights. Illustrated with diagrams. Pyramid Construction - A study of the logistical aspects of Egyptian pyramid construction in the 25th century BC by civil engineer Peter Prevos. Includes bibliography and links to Herodotus's comments on pyramid-building. Pyramid Precision - Writing in the journal Nature, Kate Spence shows that the orientation errors of earlier and later pyramids faithfully track the slow drift of Kochab and Mizar.

82. Aztec Architecture And Building
This is reflected in their architecture and is most noticeable in their Twin Stairpyramids Round pyramids Later pyramids Building Materials. Tenochtitlan Most

83. Pyramids - Egyptian Pyramid
pyramids Purpose and Construction The Egyptian way of death. The developmentin architecture from mastaba to pyramid. Children's books on pyramids.
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Pyramids - Egyptian Pyramid Egyptian pyramid resources. Photos and builders of Great Pyramid, Hatshepsut's Temple, Temple at Luxor, Temple of Amon, Temple of Horus, and Zoser's Necropolis. Pyramids Purpose and Construction
The Egyptian way of death. The development in architecture from mastaba to pyramid. Children's books on pyramids. Ancient Egyptian Architecture Photos and builders of Great Pyramid, Hatshepsut's Temple, Temple at Luxor, Temple of Amon, Temple of Horus, and Zoser's Necropolis. Construction of the Pyramids Examines how Egyptians got enormous stone blocks to the tops of their pyramids.

84. Unit 2: Ancient Egypt:Art & Architecture
of top quality and the site could be used as an aid for locating and researchingthe art and architecture of Ancient Egypt. Egypt/pyramids/Pharaohs/Hieroglyphs

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    Ancient Egypt

    Unit 2 Ancient Egypt These sites offer additional information on the art and architecture of ancient Egypt. They were produed by a range of individuals and institutionsacademic, private and commercial. Many of the articles were intended for an adult audience and, therefore, may be beyond the comprehension of middle school students. Louvre Museum Online Ancient Egyptian Collection Louvre Museum, France
    High quality digital reproductions from the museum's impressive Egyptian collection. Click on any thumbnail for information or a larger version of the image.
    Egyptian Art
    Timeline of Egyptian Art Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
    Fifty highlights from the department are presented online in approximate chronological order, and are identified by dynasty and/or period. see example Other exhibits at the museum include: The Art of Ancient Egypt : A Web Resource (based on the museum's "The Art of Ancient Egypt: A Resource for Educators") and

85. Article: Why Study Architecture?
The most important symbols of Egyptian architecture are of course,the great pyramids. For children, easily the best book on the
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86. A Study Of Architecture By SAGE Students At Pleasant Grove Elementary School
and fifth grade students in the SAGE (Special Activities in Gifted Education) programat Pleasant Grove Elementary studied architecture. pyramids by Amber.
During the fall of 2000-01, third, fourth and fifth grade students in the SAGE (Special Activities in Gifted Education) program at Pleasant Grove Elementary studied architecture. As part of their study, each student conducted research on a famous structure and created a web page about that structure. Images of the structures are from Corel Image Gallery CD's.
by Daniel Lascaux Cave by Katie Big Ben by Kelsey Leaning Tower of Pisa by Andrea Bill Gates House by Katie Leaning Tower of Pisa by Andrew Biltmore House by Elizabeth Leaning Tower of Pisa by Tara Colosseum by Kayla Lincoln Memorial by Trevor Colosseum by Todd The Louvre by Jamie Dolmens by Taylor Mount Vernon by Chelsea Eiffel Tower by Brandon Notre Dame Cathedral by Kaitlin Eiffel Tower by Heather Overseas Highway by Jeremy Eiffel Tower by Jonathon Pantheon by Haley Eiffel Tower by Kali Pompeii by Brittany Eiffel Tower by Laura Pyramids by Amber Eiffel Tower by Patricia Pyramids by Clay Eiffel Tower by Ryan Pyramids by Holden Eiffel Tower by Skilor Roller Coasters by Alex Eiffel Tower by Steven Roller Coasters by Ethan Empire State Building by Bryson Roller Coasters by Jimmy Empire State Building by Will Sears Tower by Jake Frank Lloyd Wright by Ginger Sears Tower by Kellie Golden Gate Bridge by Dillon Sod Houses by Skye Golden Gate Bridge by Ian Statue of Liberty by Wade Golden Gate Bridge by Jonathan Stonehenge by Jonathan Golden Gate Bridge by Katy

87. - Pyramids At Giza, Piramidi Di Giza (Giza, Egypt - Egitto)
Ancient Egyptian architecture. The Sphinx (Profile) Fortresses. The Pyramidsof Giza. Egyptian CULTURE Exhibit. Egyptian HISTORY Exhibit. Some
Origine Egyptian Architecture (Architettura Egizia) Giza Pyramids at Giza, Egypt, Dynasty IV, 2680 to 2565 BC (Piramidi di Giza, Egitto, IV Dinastia, 2680 a 2565 a.C.). Photos (Fotografie) Link

88. ReferenceResources:AncientEgypt
Egyptians themselves; History; Religion Beliefs; Culture Daily Life; Places Maps of; Egypt; Mummies; Events; Art; architecture; pyramids; Literature
Reference Resources: Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt Akhet Egyptology An ideal place to start exploring the wonders of the past. Find out about the people of this amazing culture, and learn about the gods they worshiped, the Pharaohs they followed and the tombs and statues they left behind; find out more about famous people like Tutankhamun, the elaborate preparations they made for an eternal life. See the masks and jewelry which the dead took with them into their tombs and the elaborate mythology that inspired it Ancient Egypt Life by the Nile, Egyptian Religion, Death and Burial, and The Afterlife, Photographs Ancient Egypt for Kids Features information about and images of life during this period, the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza, hieroglyphics, and King Tutankhamen, as well as coverage of the afterlife, the gods, the pharoahs, and the Valley of the Kings Ancient Egypt: Kid Connection From pyramids to mummies, hieroglyphs to pharaohs, Egypt has always fascinated kids. Here are fun and interesting Egypt links especially for kids!

89. Pyramids Of Giza
pyramids OF GIZA. GREAT PYRAMID OF KHUFU CHEOPS - 3rd Great PyramidBuilder - Supposedly built the Great Pyramid SCHEMATICS AND
GREAT PYRAMID OF KHUFU - CHEOPS - 3rd Great Pyramid Builder - Supposedly built the Great Pyramid SCHEMATICS AND PHOTOS FACTS AND STATISTICS ELLIE'S THEORIES ON THE GREAT PYRAMID AS A CREATIONAL SOURCE GREAT PYRAMID AND THE ARC OF THE COVENANT ... THE PYRAMID OF KHAFRE - CHEPREN ~ He supposedly built the Sphinx SPHINX THE PYRAMID OF MYKERINOS - MENKAURE QUEENS' PYRAMIDS ~ MORTUARY TEMPLE ~ VALLEY TEMPLE - SMALLEST AND FINAL PYRAMID TO BE BUILT AT THE GIZA PLATEAU The Giza Valley Plateau consists of 11 pyramids, 4 Valley temples, 3 mortuary temples, 3 processionways, a Sphinx, as well as several boat pits all of which are placed as if in specific geometric design following a specific code. a: Pyramid of Cheops b: Queens' pyramids c: Western cemetery d: Eastern cemetery e: Remnants of the valley temple of Cheops f: Pits for the solar ships f1: Museum for the solar ships g: Pyramid of Chephren h: Mortuary temple of Chephren i: Causeway j: Sphinx k: Valley temple of Chephren l: Sphinx temple m: Monument of Queen Chentkaue n: Pyramid of Mykerinos o: Mortuary temple of Mykerinos p: Remnants of the causeway q: Remnants of the valley temple EGYPTIAN PYRAMID INDEX PYRAMIDS INDEX ANCIENT EGYPT SACRED PLACES AND TEACHINGS INDEX ... CRYSTALINKS MAIN PAGE

90. Professional Quality Photographs Of Maya Temple Pyramid Architecture At Tikal, G
larger than life size. The stone used to construct these pyramids islocal limestone, obtained from nearby quarries. The ancient Maya
New photographs of Tikal in GIF format.
all photographs by Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth Tikal Temple I and the Great Plaza. Temple I is the mortuary monument erected to commemorate Ruler A, who is interred in Burial 116 beneath this pyramid. One of his sons was buried about 100 yards diagonally across this plaza, under Structure 5D-73, in the Tomb of the Jade Jaguar. (LINK LINK) The photographs on this page were taken with a Hasselblad ELX camera and Zeiss 50mm wide angle lens, using a Polaroid filter. Photography was programmed for December, the height of the rainy season, in order to get the full green of the surrounding jungle. Too many photos of Maya ruins are taken in the dry season, when the grass is wilted and the trees have lost their leaves. Telephoto view of Temple I taken from the Central Acropolis across the Great Plaza. The entire structure was originally plastered white. Then the roof comb was painted with reds, blues, and other colors to accent the different areas of sculptural decoration. These roof combs were like giant billboards, with immense portrayals of the enthroned king, larger than life size. The stone used to construct these pyramids is local limestone, obtained from nearby quarries. The ancient Maya had no stone tools but limestone is soft enough that the Maya could utilize chert tools to work the stone into neat rectangular building blocks. Closeup view of Structure 5D-34 on the corner of the North Acropolis, taken with a Zeiss telephoto lens from the Central Acropolis.

91. Introduction To The Ancient Egyptian Architecture
Ancient Egyptian ArchitectureAncient Egyptian Temples and Other Monuments. QuarryAncientEgyptian Quarries. Photographic Records on PyramidsPhotographs of
Introduction to the Ancient Egyptian Architecture iUpdated: 2002.10.1j Click here for Japanese version
The First International Symposium on X-ray Archaeometry
will be held at Waseda University on July 18-20th, 2002.
Click here for further information. Contents: News
The page on the pyramid of Djoser has been updated: J.-Ph. Lauer passed away15 May 2001 at the age of 99. Some French news are available at B. Donald Redford ed.: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt , 3 vols. (New York 2001) has been published. (2001.1.20)
Just published; Eric H. Cline: The Battle of Armageddon : Megiddo and the Jezreel Valley from the Bronze Age to the Nuclear Age (Ann Arbor 2000)
News in 2000 is here News in 1999 is here News in 1998 is here News in 1997 is here
Ancient Egyptian Temples and Other Monuments
Ancient Egyptian Quarries
Photographs of Pyramids
In preparation List of the books in Nishimoto Laboratory
All correspondence should be sent to: Shin-ichi Nishimoto (

92. Art And Archaeology Of Ancient Egypt: Dynasty 4-6 Architecture
Dynasty VVI architecture Userkaf pyramid, Saqqara (Dynasty V) Dynasty V pyramidsat Abusir (Sahure, Neferefre, Niuserre) General view Sun Temple of Userkaf
Dynasty IV Topics:
Sociology and ideology of the pyramid phenomenon; Pyramid Texts. OI Egyptian Site Map
Dynasty IV Readings:
Robins, Smith and Trigger refer to the course texts. All other references are to books on reserve. Required: Robins, 45-57
Smith, 45-64
Trigger, 86-112
Recommended: Aldred, Egyptian Art,
Baines, Atlas, 33-34, 132-133 (Meidum), 134-135 (Memphis), 137-141 (Dahshur), 155 (Zawyet el-'Aryan), 156-164 (Giza)
Edwards, Pyramids,
Knapp, History and Culture,
Lange and Hirmer, Egypt, browse
Mendelsson, The Riddle of the Pyramids, browse Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egyptian Art in the Age of the Pyramids, browse Michalowski, Art of Ancient Egypt, browse Smith, A History of Egyptian Sculpture , browse
Chronology and Select Rulers (all dates are B.C. and approximate):
Dynasty IV (2613-2498 B.C. ): Snefru, Khufu, Djedefre, Khafre, Menkaure, Shepseskaf. Dynasty IV Architecture: Snefru pyramid, Meidum

93. South Texas Paranormal, Haunted Architecture
architecture Courtesy of Glass Steel and Stone Haunted architecture EUROPE STONEHENGE AFRICAPYRAMIDS OF GIZA Cario, Egypt (Originally called the Houses of
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Wiltshire, England
Built: Initial construction dates to ~3,100 BC. The second phase is believed to have started ~2100 BC, and the third 100 years later.
This building is reportedly haunted Some of the older stone pillars were then rearranged in an oval. The next, and possibly final, stage of Stonehenge was never built. It was supposed to be another ring of 60 pillars. Although the foundations were dug, the stones were never erected. Still, it's amazing that the monument is standing at all. Other ancient sites have been protected by dry weather and a stable climate. Stonehenge has endured 5,000 years of rain, wind, snow and hail. To make matters worse, people used to steal the stones for homes and churches because there is no quarryable building stone for miles. But still, it survives and is significant enough to become one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites. Location: Eight miles northwest of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England.
London, England

94. L'Egypte Ancienne De Bastet Liens, Art Et Architecture.
- Art Agence Photographique . Réunion des Musées Nationaux : les collections. A la rencontre des trésors d'art du monde. Les antiquités égyptiennes au Louvre : un article de Jean Pigoreau. L'art copte en Égypte, 2000 de christianisme : article de Emmanuelle Vigier provenant du site Artindex à l'occasion de l'exposition à l'Institut du monde arabe du 16 mai au 3 septembre 2000 à Paris. L'art égyptien au temps des pyramides : présentation de l'exposition de Paris - New York - Toronto, 1999-2000 :
L'art égyptien au temps des pyramides,
par Claude Rilly.
L'art égyptien au temps des pyramides
par François ROUSSEAU.
L'Égypte au temps des pyramides
(Le Monde interactif).
Egyptian art in the age of the pyramids

Egyptian art in the age of the pyramids

In the Age of the Pyramids
La belle Égypte au bord du Nil : Page personnelle - Des poèmes pour évoquer les grands lieux de l'Égypte d'aujourd'hui et de l'Antiquité ; des graphismes inspirés des monuments et des motifs anciens. Pour mieux connaître Le Caire, le sphinx de Guizeh ou le temple de Louxor. Calligraphie et peinture égyptiennes : un très beau catalogue de Raphaël Bertrand. A visiter.

95. Ancient Egyptian Architecture
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96. Need The Heiroglyphics Inside Of Egyptian Pyramids, And Meanings - Architecture
Message need the heiroglyphics inside of egyptian pyramids, andmeanings. i need some help on the heiroglyphs of the pyramids.
Message - need the heiroglyphics inside of egyptian pyramids, and meanings Follow Ups Architecture Forum Scrapbook ArchitectureWeek Posted by Alison Kemp on September 20, 2000 at 17:34:06: i need some help on the heiroglyphs of the pyramids. I need to know Egyptian beliefs based on the heiroglyphs as well as atrifacts found within the pyramids (such as The Great Pyramid in Giza) and the meaning of the appearence of the pharoh on the sargophigus. please help me if you can.
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97. Djoser Complex
Explore this Egyptian pyramid created in the Third Dynasty. Includes a "clickable" floorplan, along with a table of illustrations.
The Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser
The Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser (also spelled Zozer) was built during the Third Dynasty (ca. 2800 B.C.) in what is now Saqqara, Egypt . Djoser's Step Pyramid is generally considered the first tomb in Egypt to be built entirely of stone. Use this page to explore the Precinct of Djoser and its Step Pyramid.
Clickable Plan
Here is a plan of the Precinct of Djoser. Click on a white arrow to follow a link to an illustration depicting that portion of the plan.
Table of Illustrations
Map of Lower Egypt , showing location of Saqqara
Axonometric reconstruction of Precinct of Djoser

The Chamber of Blue Tiles

Plan of Precinct of Djoser

Entry hall
viewed from the south west
Reconstruction of entry hall

Processional way

East portico, Hall of Columns

Stepped pyramid and Heb-Sed Court
House of the North (east side)
, with engaged columns (papyrus stalks)
Statues in the east court
Schematic drawing of successive pyramid construction stages Reconstruction by Firth of south tomb chamber Inscription depicting Djoser Here's how to print the pictures To find out more about archaeology in Egypt, go to

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