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Originally the exterior was covered in highly polished limestone slabs, all which have been stolen over the years. It is estimated that a total of 100,000 men labored for 20 years to build this gigantic structure, and though architecturally unimportant in design, it has aroused the curiosity of millions of people because of the uncanny accuracy of its measurements and proportions. It reveals the remarkable ingenuity and the great organizing ability of the ancient Egyptians.
Near these pyramids stands the Great Sphinx, the origin and purpose of which constitute one of the world’s most famous puzzles. Shaped from an outcrop of stone in the form of human-headed lion, the face is possibly a portrait of King Khafra, the son of Cheops, who was buried in the second largest pyramid. The Sphinx is one of the biggest statues ever made.
The Egyptian people showed reverence towards natural objects such as the lotus flower, the scarab beetle, the falcon, the lion, the sun and the River Nile. All these subjects and many more were used symbolically and conventionally as motifs in low-relief carving and painting. It was the custom of the Egyptian to depict the various parts of the human figure, usually in the most characteristic positions.
Do the following statements agree with the information given in this Reading Passage?
1. The surface of the Great Pyramid is covered in polished limestone slabs.
2. King Khafra died before King Cheops.
3. Egyptian carvings were often based on things found in nature.
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