1.  1)     http://www.culturefocus.com/egypt_pyramids.htm

    -          This extremely informative website focuses on the most important aspects of the Pyramids of Egypt. The website gives information taken from combined sources such as David P. Silverman, Peter A. Clayton and Mark Lehner. Although the website is just a collaboration of others information it is displayed in an organized way with the start of the beliefs behind the pyramids ending the inside of Khufu’s pyramid. The author of this website is not stated but he/she does give credit to the key source they used to produce this wonderful website. The website found focuses on both the Step Pyramids and the Giza Pyramids and explains who they were built for, why they were built and has outstanding pictures for more in depth comprehension. In general, this website is full of credible and useful information regarding the Egyptian Pyramids and can be helpful to anyone who wants to know the basics about the Step and Giza pyramids.

    Date Visited: March 2, 2011

    2)      http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pyramids/djoser.html

    -          This site was provided by National Geographic and it talks about the beginning of the Step pyramids which was built for the Pharaoh Djoser and then by clicking the next button you can learn about all the different pyramids, who they were for and the wonders of building them. Each page has a short page of information starting with who the pyramid was built by, the date, location and height. This website is good for not such extensive knowledge; it would be a good use for middle school children doing a project on the Egyptian Pyramids due to the easily read layout. 

    Date Visited: March 2, 2011

    3)      http://www.egyptgiftshop.com/pharaonic_egypt/egyptian_pyramids.html      

    Mohamad Rashad, 2009

    -          This website created by Mohamad Rashad and gives very in depth information about the different Pyramids built in Giza. A very important aspect of this website is Rashad’s information of the layout of Khufu’s Pyramid and includes a visual of the inside of the great pyramid. As well, the author explains the development of the Pyramids in Giza with the start of Djoser and the Step Pyramid and the father of Khufu and his pyramid in Meydum. Although, Rashad has a wonderful amount of material on the Egyptian Pyramids, he fails to cite any sources which could make much of his information invalid. Anyone who wants to learn more about the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids of Egypt could read this article. This website has very informative summaries about the Pyramids, but to readers should keep in mind it is not a credible source.

    Date Visited: March 2, 2011

     

     

    4)      http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v26/i4/pyramids.asp

    David Down, September 2004

    -          This site is an article created by Archaeologist David Down is extremely useful to learning about the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids. An important factor of this article is how Down introduces two different theories of how the stones of the Pyramids were set in place and how they can be combined or used separately. Throughout Down’s article he cites many different sources making it credible and valuable information that can be trusted. Down’s article can give readers a very in depth understanding for the Pyramids, their dynasties and how these Pyramids were built. The information on this article is completely factual and extensive and very good for anyone interested in pursuing knowledge of Ancient Egyptian Pyramids.

    Date Visited: March 2, 2011

    5)      http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/pyramid/explore/age2.html

    -          This website is a good introduction to the history of Egypt and how the Pyramids contribute to the succession of pharaohs and their greatest achievements. This website was provided by PBS, but doesn’t give direct sources on the website, which makes this site not credible. The site gives a good amount of information of how the pyramids contribute to the history of Ancient Egypt. Anyone interested in the history of the Ancient Egypt would benefit from this website.

    Date Visited: March 2, 2011

    6)      http://forbiddenarcheology.blogspot.com/2010/12/egyptian-archaeologist-admits-that.html

    -          This site is a blog posted by Mostafa Dadwood explaining the theory that Dr. Shaheen, head of the Cairo University Archaeology Department, proposed. This website states the theory that Egyptians did not build the Pyramids, but other beings, such as aliens did. Dadwood shows evidence given by hieroglyphics that aliens possibly could have been present during the time of Ancient Egypt and the building of the pyramids. This website’s information doesn’t have specific sources and is not a credible source, but it does pose some very good theories and facts.

    Date Visited: March 3, 2011

     

     

     

     

     

     

    7)      http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/great_pyramid_01.shtml

                    Dr. Ian Shaw, 2/17/2011

    -          This website written by Dr. Ian Shaw is incredibly informative. This site concentrates on the debate of building the great pyramids and how they Egyptians went about building these massive structures. Shaw gives six different steps that contributed to the building of The Great Pyramids and uses the beliefs of majority of Archeologists and experts. This website is a credible source; Dr. Ian Shaw is an author and co author of four different books based on Ancient Egyptian life. This website is an outstandingly in-depth site for anyone who wants to understand the building of the Egyptian Pyramids.

    Date Visited: March 3, 2011

    8)      http://www.unmuseum.org/kpyramid.htm

                    Lee Krystek, 1998-2010

    -          In this website a lot of questions arise pertaining to the Great Pyramids of Giza. Written by Lee Krystek, this website has a lot of very educational information to help understand the Giza Pyramids. Krystek explains that it has been suggested that the Pyramid of Khufu was never built in order to be a tomb but instead an astronomical observatory. After the author brings up the speculation that The Great Pyramid was not a tomb, he proceeded to back up his statement explaining how Khufu’s mummy is yet to be found. This website has valuable information in order for readers to get a better understanding for the Great Pyramid.

    Date Visited: March 3, 2011

     

    9)      http://www.egyptiandiamond.com/ancient-egyptian-pyramids.php

    -          This website is relatively short but explains who built the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids; some believe it was the slaves but proof shows that it was those who lived in the villages. This sites information is mainly dedicated to those who were believed to build the Egyptian Pyramids. The author and the date of this website is unknown and no sources are referenced to but the information on the suppose builders of the pyramids is very interesting to read about.

    Date Visited: March 4, 2011

     

     

     

     

     

    10)   http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/time/explore/main-pyr.html

    -          This website is a timeline of the Egyptian pyramids referring to dynasty and dates based on the Gregorian calendar. As well, this site also separates events due to Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, Ect.  Although this site does not have much information it is very helpful to understand the connection between dates and dynasties of events. This website is very easy to understand and is useful for anyone who wants to understand the time period of each pyramid and the connection to how long it takes to build.

    Date Visited: March 4, 2011