# How much would the pyramids cost today?

## How much would the pyramids cost today?

With labor estimates of approximately $102 million from HomeAdvisor, we estimate the costs to build the Great Pyramid today to be a whopping $1.2 billion.

## Why is the Sphinx out of proportion?

The head of the Sphinx is notably out of proportion to the rest of the body; it is significantly smaller. The Temples argue that this is because the Sphinx was not carved in the 4th Dynasty under Khafre but centuries earlier and was not originally a lion but the jackal god Anubis.

**How long did it take 100000 men to build one of the pyramids?**

20 years

Pyramids were constructed by large work gangs over a period of many years. The Pyramid Age spans over a thousand years, starting in the third dynasty and ending in the Second Intermediate Period. The Greek historian Herodotus was told that it took 100,000 men 20 years to build the Great Pyramid at Giza.

**What ratio is hidden in the pyramids?**

This varies from the estimated actual dimensions of the Great Pyramid by only 0.0367 meters (1.4 inches) or 0.025%, which could be just a measurement or rounding difference.

### Can you build a pyramid today?

There are no plans to build a full-scale Great Pyramid, but a campaign for a scaled-down model is under way. The Earth Pyramid Project, based in the United Kingdom, is raising funds to erect a pyramidal structure in an as-yet-undecided location, built of stones quarried all around the world.

### Is the Sphinx much older than the pyramids?

This redating of the Sphinx would make it by far the oldest monument in Egypt, millennia older than the pyramids that overlook it. Many archaeologists who specialize in the study of ancient Egypt, however, are very skeptical of Schoch’s conclusions.

**What is the golden ratio pyramid?**

A golden ratio pyramid is based on a triangle whose three sides represent the mathematical relationship that defines the golden ratio. This triangle, known as a Kepler triangle, has base of length 1 and a hypotenuse whose length is Phi. The height of this right triangle is the square root of Phi.

**Do the pyramids follow the golden ratio?**

The most famous monuments of ancient Egypt are the Great Pyramids of Giza. Believed to have been constructed around 4,600 years ago, these pyramids were built around the golden ratio, long before the Greeks and the Parthenon. The largest of the pyramids in Giza contains the use of phi and the golden ratio.