was Khufu popular among the Egyptian people?
Because the Jewish people loved their Torah, and it was the Sages ("Pharisees") who taught the Torah. The Jewish group that concentrated on the study, teaching and application of the Torah in every century was and is the Torah-sages and their many disciples, from Abraham down to today. The word "Pharisees," which is based on a Greek misspelling used by Josephus, actually refers to the Sages of the Talmud. (The Hebrew word "p'rushim," to which…
Jesus was popular amongst poor people. The ones that were prepressed by both the government and the Roman empire. Jesus knew how to talk to these people and how to bring them comfort. That's why he was so popular. There were others, such as Simon Magg, that were popular among the rich of Roman empire.
It is called the 'Great Pyramid' because it is the largest one among the ancient Egyptian pyramids. It was built c.2550BC for the Pharaoh Khufu. It is 137 metres high and contains 2.3 million limestone and granite blocks. It may just be because it is the largest of all the pyramids ever built, or maybe it's because the building plan is different.
There were two major types of Egyptian tombs. There were rectangular mud-brick tombs that had an underground burial chamber and were well decorated. During the Old Kingdom pyramids became popular among the wealthy and the pharaohs. Pyramids generally had three chambers, one underground chamber, a king's chamber and finally a queen's chamber.