How Long Did It Take to Build a Pyramid?

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It took about twenty years for each of the Egyptian pyramids to be built. The great pyramid in Giza for instance which is the oldest and largest of the three took exactly 20 years. Its construction ended in 2,560 BC and it involved 100,000 men.
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From start to finish, the building of an Egyptian pyramid could take many decades.
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