Today we take you on a fascinating tour in the Pyramid of the last king of the Fifth Dynasty, King Unas (c.2375–2345 BC). It was the first pyramid to be decorated with funerary inscriptions called the “Pyramid Texts”. These are religious inscriptions that helped the deceased king in his resurrection and guide him in the afterlife to reach the sun god Ra in the sky. These are not only the oldest known set of texts from ancient Egypt, but one of the oldest in the world. The hieroglyphs, written in long columns, are painted blue, the color of water, life, and rebirth.
The Funerary Complex of King Unas contains all the components of the royal funerary complex of the Old Kingdom. It includes the valley temple, mortuary temple, the causeway connecting them, and the pyramid itself.
Thank you Virtual Mid East