Why Were the Pyramids Built?

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All the pyramids seem to be linked with death and burial, it was built as a monument.
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The Egyptian sun god Ra was said to have created himself from a pyramid-shaped mound of earth before creating all other gods. The pyramid's shape is thought to have symbolized the sun's rays.
The first pyramid was built by King Djoser during Egypt's Third Dynasty. His architect, Imohtep, created a step pyramid by stacking six mastabas, rectangular buildings.
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