What Is a Causeway in a Pyramid?

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In a pyramid, a causeway is a road or wide path that is built from the Valley Temple that is found on the banks of the Nile to the pyramid. An example of a causeway is Kafre's causeway that starts from the Mortuary Temple up to the Valley Temple. It runs for a distance of about 496 kilometres and it runs to the south east.
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A causeway is a roadway built from a temple located on the banks of the Nile to the entrance of the pyramid. It was route which the body of the Pharaoh took on his way to his final
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Hello, As you say, Ancient Egypt is not my field of expertise. Therefore the only thing I can tell you is that the causeway leading to the Great Pyramid at Giza was originally about
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