An important aspect of ancient Egypt that is less understood by sundry is the unique position. The orientation of the pyramids is absolute or relative (Raum, 211). In general, the structures refer to the particular position of an illustration, object, building or place. In relative, pyramids point to the locating or alignment of something in relation to some other figure, object, building or place. The color of the pyramids is another hidden symbolic meaning.
According to the Egyptian community color is a general representation of precise meaning. For instance, the red color denotes a sign of fire or the sun, and blood. The three features translate to particular meaning to the source of life. Another intrinsic symbolism is the number of pyramids (Raum, 181). All numbers especially the integers 2,3,5,7 and associated multiples hold specific meaning that expresses a symbol of unity of the many tribes of Egypt. The various sceneries show a varying nature of the size of the pyramids.
The size difference represents the positions that respective individuals hold in the society. The belief is popular among the Egyptian tribes and varying community settlements. The views of the pyramids explain the various hierarchy of the gods, men, women, and children. Inclusion, the structures found in Egypt hold the vast treasure of