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Transcript of Khufu
By Patrick Dimovski
Where, when and how he died and where and when was he buried?
Khufu died in Giza. According to archaeologists, Khufu died in 2566 B.C. But it is unknown how Khufu died. Some people think he died from natural causes or age, maybe even by poison. They don't know this because he was mummified so well. He was buried in the Great Pyramid Of Giza, the pyramid he was planning on getting buried.
What did he reign over? When did he become pharaoh?
Khufu reigned over Egypt and became pharaoh in 2589 to 2566 B.C. He was a very powerful pharaoh that he made the biggest pyramid in the world called the Great Pyramid of Giza, and became one of the 7 wonders of the world.
Khufu's biggest achievement was building the Great Pyramid of Giza. He has other achievements as well. He used over two million blocks to build the pyramid. He also managed to finish the pyramid before he died. He paid 100,000 slaves to help build his pyramid, each for three months and new workers come. He gave them a lot of food, medical help and shelter.
Timeline Of Khufu
Khufu was born on 2620 B.C. He was the second Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty after his father died. It was believed he ruled Egypt for about 23 years. During that time, he accomplished to make the still standing Great Pyramid of Giza, 150 meters tall and one of the tallest man-made structures in the world. He has completed it with over a thousand slaves and about 2 million blocks. Before he died, he had 24 children, 15 were boys and 9 were girls. His son, Khafre, ruled over Egypt after he died.
Statue of Khufu
The Great Pyramid Of Giza
The inside of The Great Pyramid
Giza, where Khufu lived
Statue of Khafre
Statue of Khufu's father, Sneferu
Picture of Hetepheres I
Sneferu's Bent Pyramid
Comparing Khufu with the current Prime Minister Tony Abbott
The differences between Khufu as a Pharaoh of Egypt and Tony Abbott as a Prime Minister of Australia are they are leading their country in different ways. Pharaohs are more powerful than Prime Ministers and they are different types of leaders. They both rule different countries, but other than that they don't have many differences.