Khufu, originaly Khnum-Khufu is the birth name of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. He ruled in the 4th dynasty of the Old Kingdom around 2580 B.C.. He's also known under his Hellenized name KhĂȘops or Cheops.

Khufu, originaly Khnum-Khufu is the birth name of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. He ruled in the 4th dynasty of the Old Kingdom around 2580 B.C.. He's also known under his Hellenized name KhĂȘops or Cheops.

Shortly after coming to the throne the Pharaoh would command his overseer of public works and architects to prepare a burial place in keeping with his status as a god-king. The chosen site was usually one on the edge of the cultivated land in an already established pyramid field. The royal survey team set to work marking out the site. Great care was taken in orientating the site to the four points of the compass… Read More

Pharaoh Khufu, otherwise known as Cheops built the great pyramid. Khufu was the second Pharaoh in the 2nd Egyptian dynasty. I hope that is that answer you needed - your question is nearly impossible to figure out what you are asking. Read More

Assuming that the base of pyramid as perfect square, has area value factor of golden proportion(1.618339 or square root of 5 divided by 2 plus 0.5),then the side of perfect square size factor becomes square root of golden proportion value as 1.2720196. By having the height of a pyramid, hypotenuse of the right triangle, which is the height of side's isosceles triangles and the rest can be achieved geometrically and calculated numerically of a pyramid… Read More

yes draw a right rectangle with sides as 1 and 2. Dived hypotenuse into two add one and a half of size 1 you will have golden proportion factor line(square root of 5 plus one and a half). Continue adding size 1 to this new parameter and make it diameter of a circle. Extract perpendicularly a line from the point you have added 1. Cross point to circle is square root of golden proportion(squaring a… Read More

The pharaoh would be more important as he was of a higher social standing. If something were to happen to a pharaoh, a new ruler would have to be enthroned complete with the coronation events of the new ruler and the funeral rites and services for the old pharaoh. Slaves, on the other hand, were of little or no importance in the ancient world. If something happened to them, they, or their services would be… Read More

because that's the spot that they wanted to build on. Why did someone build your house where it is? Read More