The purpose of the pyramids is to keep a mummified body in there.
a reason for building the pyramids was to have the Pharaohs be a god in the after life
it was for their Pharaoh body
they were made for the purpose of tombs
Pyramids were meant to be monuments to the pharaoh's greatness, filled with great treasures for the afterlife.
The purpose of building pyramids was the honor the people's pharaoh, for they believed that if the body was preserved properly (embalming) he could lead Egypt as a God.
Thier main purpose was to function as tombs.
For the Pharaoh tombs
To protect their bodies.
that it is where the pharaohs were mumified
The pyramids were large tombs in Ancient Egypt. The pharaohs and their wives and relatives had pyramids built for them. They were buried with objects to be used in the afterlife.
Egyptian pyramids were basically large elaborate tombs/memorials. Pharaohs commissioned the pyramids to be built so they could be buried inside.
The Ancient Egyptians constructed pyramids as tombs for their pharaohs (kings).
The pyramids that you are talking about were built to hold the remains of dead Egyptian (and other) pharoahs.
It's purpose was not really good. They put important people, and treasures.
A tomb for the dead pharoes to "live" in.
They were burial places for important emperors.
There are essentially a kind of tomb.
To relax and eat pizza or at least invent it.
The Great Sphinx of Giza's purpose is supposedly to guard Khafre's pyramidThe Sphinx's purpose was to guard the pyramids in Giza,Egypt.
The purpose of the pyramids is to hold and protect the bodies of the decised pharohs and it was also used to hold jewels, golds, and other precious items.it was to keep the treasures and mummies.
the egyptians built them for the purpose of buring their dead pharohs inside, and they were needed for that purpose.
Leaving all conspiracy theories behind, the main purpose of pyramids were to serve as final resting place (tombs) for pharaohs.
The pyramids were used as a temple for the Pharaohs to pass into the after life.