Researchers have noted that dividing the perimeter of the dwellings made by Ancient Egyptians by their height gives a close approximation to 2pi, which is the same result one would get if one were to divide the circumference of a circle by its radius.This suggests that maybe the ancient Egyptians were trying to emulate the spherical nature of the Earth by presenting this relation (Smith et al).
These design techniques show that the Ancient Egyptians built their dwellings very symmetrically.
It has also been noted by research that symmetrical dwellings tend to create harmony in its structure.
The use of gardens was considered to be very important.
“As early as the 3rd millennium bc, the Egyptians planted gardens within the walled enclosures surrounding their homes.
Religious priests were also part of the upper class, as they had a great say in the political happenings of both the civilizations.
Even though both the civilizations encouraged scientific studies in astronomy and mathematics, and had greatly developed political and economic systems, they both showed more conservatism.Most scholars agree that this was because of the comprehensive religious belief system that the Egyptian had in place.The Greeks lacked such a strong belief system and their political structure was marked by intermittent and heavy disruptions.This can also be attributed to the Egyptians have a very strong bureaucracy and a strictly centralized government system.These differences can also be attributed to the difference in religious beliefs of the two civilizations, as the Egyptians had a very strong believe in the after-life and they built all their large pyramids and structures in order to help their dead find a better life after death.This also allows the residents to remain in harmony amongst each other.One of the things that is also common in the dwellings structure of all three ancient civilization is the use of landscaping.The Ancient Egyptians believed that there was more to life than just the life on earth.Much of their architecture, including the pyramids and the houses they built were based on strict rules of mathematics and geography.Perhaps the biggest impact that the Egyptian and Greek civilizations had on our Western society was on the iconoclastic ideals and symbols.Many of our current religious as well as social symbols (such as the sun, the moon, etc) have been adopted from the ideas behind Egyptian religion and mythology.