Pyramids appear first in Africa as ancient monuments used initially for the burial of the Dead. Egypt and Sudan have the most pyramids. Egypt has 96 great pyramids, and Sudan has more than 200 pyramids; the Sudanese pyramids are more recent than the Egyptian ones. It was Egypt, that is, Kernet, that defined the pyramid for the world long before the Nubian kingdoms of Meroe, Napata, and Kush began the building of pyramids in what is now Sudan. The pyramids are among the most fascinating and monumental structures ever built. The pyramids, as symbols, are a testament of the genius and craftsmanship of the ancient Kemetians. Moreover, evidence inscribed in the monuments demonstrates clear signs of organizational structure and the skills of engineers and ...

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