The pyramid is a low-difficulty assembly puzzle featuring 9 geodesic shapes that all fit together to form a pyramid in the wooden frame. The hieroglyph is a moderately difficult disentanglement puzzle made of heavy metal.
Ancient Egyptians used their engineering acumen to build mathematically precise pyramids using only primitive tools and manual labor. Over 130 pyramids adorn Egypt's landscape, the most famous of which are the awe-inspiring Pyramids of Giza. They remained the largest man-made structure in the world for over 3000 years. Hieroglyphics is a picrographic form of writing used by the Egyptians as far back as 3200 BC. The term "hieroglyph" was coined by the ancient Greeks, and translates to "holy writing" because it was considered so beautiful and unique for its time that they believed it must be a form of sacred script.
This two-puzzle set challenges you to interpret two different style puzzles with a dedication that drove ancient Egypts' true genius.