A twentieth century Egyptian War memorial takes…

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  1. Lucius

    Lucius New Member

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    A twentieth century Egyptian War memorial takes the shape of a pyramid. How does this memorial recall ancient design to honor the dead? A. The ancient pyramid was a structure built by hardworking soldiers.b. the ancient pyramid was a memorial structure to celebrate dead soldiers.c. the ancient pyramid was designed to hold Pharaoh's soldiers.d. the ancient pyramid was a memorial structure to the dead.
     
  2. Rosepeten

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    I believe the answer would be D. The ancient pyramid was a memorial structure to the dead. Mostly the ancient pyramids were reserved solely for Pharaoh when he died. The Egyptians believed that the triangular structure would help Pharaoh descend to the heavens easily through the point in the top and the staircase structure would help him climb there.
     

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