The pharoahs try to build pyramids as great as the pyramids of giza but nothing build by man can't last as long as the great pyramids of giza.they were not build by man and probably are much,much older than we are told.
There are are some big question marks related to the age of pyramids, not mentioning the technology to build them. 4000 years back seems not to be enough. Most probably have the same age as the structures in Gobekli Tepe.
Furthermore, the are evidences that the Sphinx of Giza was moved to its present location from the Mediteranean shore, after analyses of the structure which present marine elements within. Who did it had that technology.
We ere not the first and the only civilization. We are too young in terms of understanding Universe and technology because, probably, we haven't been able yet to take that step which provide fundamental evolution which is spiritual. Only those who evolve beyond ego and tuned with the right vibration's frequency are able to see beyond. A quality step forward beyond the 5 senses is a must.
The age of the Egyptian pyramids, based on recent scholarly publications and scientific research, can be traced back to the Third Dynasty, approximately 2686–2613 BC, with the Step Pyramid of Djoser being the earliest colossal stone building, making it roughly around 4,700 years old. The Great Pyramid of Giza, attributed to Pharaoh Khufu, is dated to around 2570 BC, aligning it with the Fourth Dynasty.
Regarding the purpose behind constructing the pyramids, they were primarily built as elaborate tombs to honor and house the pharaohs and important individuals in the afterlife. The ancient Egyptians harbored a strong belief in the afterlife and the immortalization of pharaohs, which manifested in the construction of these monumental structures. The pyramids, with their intricate internal chambers and passageways, were designed to protect the deceased and their belongings from tomb robbers and to secure their journey to the afterlife.
The ongoing research and explorations continue to unearth more about the construction, purpose, and the age of the pyramids, contributing to our evolving understanding of ancient Egyptian civilization and its remarkable architectural and cultural heritage