Above some tombs, curses were written or spoken by priests, most designed to bring bad-luck upon any who cared to go against the wishes outlined in the curse- namely "get out of here or else". Some traditional curses include:
""As for anybody who shall enter this tomb in his impurity: I shall wring his neck as a bird"'s."
""As for any man who shall destroy these, it is the god Thoth who shall destroy him.""
""As for him who shall destroy this inscription" He shall not reach his home. He shall not embrace his children. He shall not see success"."
Heavy stone plugs
Technically, these weren't actually traps, in that they were designed not to injure anyone. But these heavy plugs would have made it very difficult to enter the tomb. There was little dynamite in those days, except what risky gun powder could be obtained from China, and the only way of getting through was to chip away at it.
A convenient way of getting rid of an enemy was simply to drop a heavy rock on them. For this reason heavy rocks were placed above doorways, connected to wires or ropes that could bring it tumbling down on someone's head.
These were holes, leading to steep pits below the tomb. They would have probably have had covers over them, about the size and shape of manhole covers, and would have been delicately balanced over the hole so that at a light step they would have fallen in.
The Ancient Egyptians had relatively advanced medicine, and they had certainly not neglected the art of murder in their studies of alchemy. Powders prepared by magic - men were placed in tombs and systems were rigged so that at a certain time (for example, when intruders entered the tombs) the powders, possibly with fatal powers would have been released into the air and inhaled by the intruders.
False well - cover
In many Egyptian tombs, wells were included in one of the halls. An old favourite was to put a false cover over the well, which worked on much the same principal as the "Hidden Holes".
In some parts of the tomb, wires were placed at neck level. The idea was to decapitate anyone who walked into it. If placed at the right height, these wires could have been one of the most deadly and efficient traps used.
A seemingly useless substance, it was employed to cover the actual sarcophagus of the deceased to prevent robbers tampering with the body.
because inside of the pyramid there was art jewlery and jewls
Yes. Because they want to keep their enemies away from trying to steal their gold and their treasure
a neck string
they used traps
The three 'great pyramids' of Giza were built during the 4th dynasty. The names of the pyramids are Khufu, Kharfe, and Menkaure.
they were step pyramids built out of stone
Caucasians of Egypt invented and architected the pyramids.
they had portcullis and dead ends
To protect the Pharoah's treasure and charms. Pyramids were used to bury the Pharoahs.
they use guns and woman
To keep people from robbing the tombs.
big ones and ur mas
they had portcullis and dead ends
To try to prevent tomb robbers.
i think it varies from pyramid to pyramid.
The Pyramids of Giza are wonders of the world. They have three pyramids and a servant complex. The stone pyramids are different because they were usually built as step pyramids. The Pyramids of Giza were made of stone, but they had gold caps on the top. The Pyramids of Giza also have traps and mazes inside so tomb robbers won't reach the king's riches.
i think they did. i think it was 4 the kings or queens not to get their charms and other treasures stolen.
Yes!!! Every pryamid has booby traps such as: Rocks falling on an intruder, curses (Stuff like: If you enter my tomb you will die a slow and painful death), wire traps, hidden doors collapsing on an intruder, being stuck in a room with no doors, food, or supplies. If you're planning on visiting the great pyramids of Egypt, dont go in the pyramids (unless its safe). I doubt they'd let you go into one but it's a tricky, hard thing to do. Just so you know, no one has intruded the pyramids in thousands of years so... yeah... Haha! Good luck!