The Egyptian pharaoh Khufu (whose Greek name is Zosp) is famous for the construction of the great “pyramid” in Gaza, which became his mausoleum. The dates of his birth and death are unknown. Christ is the one who appeared. We know that his ruler was Symphos (Egypt). And that he ruled for a long time. But we do not know much about his life.
It is safe to say that this great “pyramid” is one of the most extraordinary and magnificent man-made buildings in human history. Even in ancient times it was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This great pyramid still exists as a memorial to the Pharaoh who built it.
Its construction is amazing and its size is amazing.
Although the 30-foot-high part of the “pyramid” has been destroyed. Its height is still 450 feet. It is about the size of a thirty-five-storey building. It weighs tons. There is a series of interior rooms and corridors in the Great Haram. Therefore, stones of different sizes have been used in it. This gives an idea of the construction complexity.
The question arises as to how the ancient Egyptian architects finally erected the mountain in the absence of modern equipment and machinery six hundred and sixty years ago. It required careful planning and high administrative skills for the Ranamah. To make the best use of the country’s resources. If we make a general estimate, this great pyramid was completed in twenty years.
We know that more than three hundred stone pillars were installed daily. To dig more stones, then load them and bring them to the place of Haram, cut them in the desired shape and assemble them in the right place. It was a minor task. A fleet of boats would be needed to carry the cargo, and a regular logistics system was needed to deliver the goods needed by the workers.
The Great Haram has stood for 4500 years and will probably continue to exist until the buildings built by modern architects begin to collapse on their own. As if it is indestructible. Not even an atomic bomb can completely destroy it. According to the current rate of its erosion, it will continue to exist for a million more years. Zosop has left its mark on the world. Will Napoleon and Alexander the Great remain human or in memory?) But fame is a different matter from influence. Fear may have affected people’s lives in their time Did not reach.