Comparing the Pyramid all over the world

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Comparing the Pyramid all over the world by Mind Map: Comparing the Pyramid all over the world

1. North America Pyramid

1.1. As with other continents, the mounds and pyramids of North America vary greatly. It could be that humankind has a primal need to build fake mountains, and that there are absolutely no connections between these sites. Or perhaps size and shape are irrelevant, and location is everything, and the guidelines for their placement were once universally known.

2. Peru Pyramid

2.1. Many of Peru’s ancient structures have lasted well, but not the pyramids. Most of them have eroded so much they are unrecognizable. Below is a restored adobe pyramid from around 800BC, located in the middle of the high-rise district of San Isidro.

3. Mexico Pyramid

3.1. Tres Zapotes, an Olmec site (1300-400 bc), was the first adobe-brick pyramid site in Mesoamerica. Pyramid, the largest is that of Chloula, in Mexico, which covers fifty acres of ground. The Largest in Egypt is that of Cheopsm near Cairo, which covers thirteen acres. Sir William Tite tells us it contains ninety million cubic feet ofstone, an could not be now built for less than thirty millions of money.

4. China Pyramid

4.1. There are many flat-topped pyramids in China. The First Emperor of Qin (circa 221 B.C.) was buried under a large pyramid outside modern day Xi'an. In the following centuries about a dozen more Han Dynasty royals were also buried under flat-topped pyramidal earth word.

5. Guatemala Pyramid

5.1. The huge pre-classic (150 bc-150 ad) Mayan site of El Mirador with its dozens of pyramids, including the Tigre Pyramid rising 18 stories high, probably the largest pyramid ever built by the Maya.

6. Nubian Pyramids

6.1. Nubian puramids were constructed at three sites in Nubian to serve as tombs for the kings and queens of Napata and Meroe. The Nubians built more pyramids than the Egyptians, but they are smaller. The Nubian pyramids were constructed at a steeper angle than Egyptian ones and were monuments to dead kings and queens. Pyramids were still being built in Nubian up to AD 300.

7. French Pyramid

7.1. The Louvre Pyramid is a large glass and metal pyramid, surrounded by three smaller ones, in the courtyard of the Musee du Louvre Museum in Paris, France. The large pyramd serves as the main entrance to the museum. Completed in 1989, it has become a landmark for the ity of Paris.

7.1.1. The glass pyramid of the Louvre is a true symbol of Paris. the attention-grabbing lighting concept, which Claude Engle and ERCO designed almost 20 years ago, has now been updated with cutting-edge technology: Metal Halide lamps. Architect: Ieoh Ming Pei, New York. Lighting designer: Claude Engle

8. India Pyramid

8.1. Detail of the main gopura (tower) of the Thanjavur Temple pyramid in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu Many giant granite temple pyramids were made in South India during the Chola Empire, many of which are still in religious use today. Examples of such pyramid temples include Brihadisvara Temple at Thanjavur, the Temple of Gangaikondacholisvaram and the Airavatesvara Temple at Darasuram. However the largest temple pyramid in the area is Sri Rangam in Srirangam, Tamil Nadu. The Brihadisvara Temple was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1987.

9. The First Pyramid 2630 B.C in Egypt

9.1. The first pyramid was built as the burial place of King Djoser around 2630 B.C., by his gifted arcitect Imhotep. The first pyramid was built in the 27th century BC. All of the Egyptian pyramids between 2700 B.C-1800 B.C. The Egyptian pyramids developed in 2660 B.C. Nubian to the south of Egypt between 770 B.C. and A.D. 350.

10. The Second Pyramid at Giza, Egypt

10.1. The Bent Pyramid, located at the royal necropolis of Dahshur, approximately 40 kilometres south of Cairo, of Old kingdom Pharaoh Sneferu, is a unique example of early pyramid development in egypt. This was the second pyramid built by Sneferu.

10.1.1. The builder of the Bent Pyramid is thught to have been the Pharaoh Sneferu (2680-2565 BC), who was the first ruler of the 4th Dynasty. the Bent Pyramid is one of three (or maybe even four) pyramids built by the great Pharaoh Sneferu in Egypt's Old Kingdom. More information

11. The Third Pyramid at Giza, Egypt

11.1. The Red Pyramid, also called the North Pyramid is the largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur necropolis. Named for the light crimson hue of its exposed granite surface, it is also the third largest Egyptian pyramid, after those of Khufu and Khafra at Giza.

12. Greece Pyramid

12.1. This method dated the helleniko pyramid to 2730 B.C. with an error factor of plus or minus 720 years. it also dated the Ligourio pyramid to 2260 B.C. with an error of plus or minus 710 years. There are more than 16 pyramids spread over Greece. the oldest one is the pyramid of Hellinikon.

13. Bolivia Pyramid

13.1. The Akapana platform-pyramid at Tiahuanaco. the bolivian archaeologists date the site to 1580 B.C. The Akapana measured 688 ft on a side and is 49 ft high. "The earthen interior was shaped like a stepped pyramid and faced with fitted stones."

14. Rome Pyramid

14.1. The 27-meter-high Pyramid of Cestius was built by the end of the first century BC and still exists today, close to the Porta San Paolo. Another one, named Meta Romuli, standing in the Ager Vaticanus (today's Borgo), was destroyed at the end of the 15th century.

15. Great Pyramid

15.1. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering what is now Cairo, Egypt in Africa, and is the only remaining member of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. It is believed to have been built as a tomb for Fourth dynasty Egyptian pharaoh Khufu and constructed over a 20 year period concluding around 2560 B.C. it is sometimes called Khufu's Pyramid or the Pyramid of Khufu.