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The '''pyramids''' are architectural wonders built by the ancient Egyptian civilization as burial places for their [[pharaohs]]. They were constructed of stone [[masonry]] and arranged along geometric patterns.
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The '''pyramids''' are architectural wonders built by the ancient Egyptian civilization as burial places for their [[pharaohs]]. They were constructed of stone [[masonry]] and arranged along geometric patterns. It is likely that the ancient [[Hebrews]] were involved in their constuction.
  
 
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The pyramids are architectural wonders built by the ancient Egyptian civilization as burial places for their pharaohs. They were constructed of stone masonry and arranged along geometric patterns. It is likely that the ancient Hebrews were involved in their constuction.Template:Stub