Egypts left behind gigantic funerary monuments that are the most permanent volumes ever constructed which are called pyramids. Pyramids are abstract shelters for the spirits of the paroahs, queens and courtiers whom Egyptians believed would live in an eternaş afterlife. These pyramids are known as the production of precise geometry and skilled masonry work.
The right angles used to plot the fields in relation to the river inspired the precise knowledge of geometry used to design the pyramids at the great funerary complexes. The knowledge of right angles, combined with proportional systems obtained from triangls, enabled Egyptian engineers to plan boundless works of astounding geometrical accuracy. Unlike the solidity of their tombs, Egyptian houses were made with perishable materials such as river reeds and papyrus stems.
Through death one reached a parallel life that required more perminant settings. This led to both the development of the science embalming corpses and the solidification of buildings through techniques of drafted masonry. One’s mummified body and one’s stone tomb were meant to last for eternity.